An architectural feat of glazed black brick designed to “cascade” down the building façade, Alias reinvents the southwest corner of Church Street and Richmond Street East.
“One of the great beauties of Toronto is the skyline at twilight. It glows and reflects the colours of the setting sun. We wanted ALiAS to play into the beauty of this scene and came up with the idea of the firework so the building will reflect light as if it were falling from the sky.”
—Stephen Teeple Principal, Teeple Architects
Step into a double-height lobby defined by strict contemporary lines juxtaposed against rebellious design motifs. Above the monolithic reception desk, a hand blown Baccarat for Chrome Hearts crystal chandelier illuminates the ribbed texture concrete walls and marble floors.