Parkin Offices


While the offices of John B. Parkin and Associates looked entirely utilitarian, the warehouse-like design was in fact entirely novel in 1958 when Toronto was mostly brick buildings. This was a factory for architecture, and, composed almost entirely of glass, it was importantly open to the world at large. Interior photos show a light-filled, collaborative work space.


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