Perforated metal screens, pre-cast panels and fritted white glass on the building facade speak to a contemporary design vocabulary.
Stunning architecture by the renowned firm of Hariri Pontarini and stylish interiors by award-winning Alessandro Munge set Rodeo Drive apart as an inspiring landmark in the Don Mills community. Set on a majestic podium, Rodeo Drive rises 32 floors and is marked by a striking black- and-white colour palette evocative of classic modernism. The tower offers panoramic views of downtown Toronto, Don Mills and the Bridle Path neighbourhood, with park-like vistas in every direction.
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“We weren’t trying to do too much, so it’s simple black surfaces, perforated metal screens, some articulated pre-cast panels, and fritted white glass, all of which speak to a modernist design vocabulary.”
Hariri Pontarini Architects