Ace Hotel Toronto is the latest addition to the model’s inaugural dwelling in Canada, designed by Toronto-based agency Shim-Sutcliffe Architects. Standing throughout the metropolis’s historic Garment District, the 123-room property includes a foyer bar, wood-fired restaurant, rooftop bar, and restaurant, in addition to three multi-functional occasion areas.
The constructing’s pink brick facade is harking back to the bricks pressed from Don Valley clay, which performed an essential position within the metropolis’s visible identification. An array of hovering, poured-in-place concrete structural arches rise from the semi-subterranean restaurant to the extent above. Atelier Ace furnishings accommodate the seating areas overlooking the neighborhood inexperienced area.
As defined by Brad Wilson, CEO, Atelier Ace / Ace Hotel Group: “Toronto is a metropolis that embraces originality and is rooted in the identical open-to-all philosophy that based Ace. We couldn’t be extra proud to open Ace Hotel Toronto – the architectural magnificence of Shim- Sutcliffe Architects’ work has created a bona fide surprise. They’ve constructed an inherently civic area that respects the neighborhood’s storied previous whereas nurturing its future.”
Photographs by Graydon Herriott & William Jess Laird.