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Daniel Faria Gallery

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Daniel Faria Gallery

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Client: Daniel Faria

Scale: 4000sqft (360sqmt)

Budget: Withheld

Type: Commercial, Institutional

Location: Toronto, Canada

Daniel Faria and Rui Amaral are the dynamic duo behind Toronto's newest and most ambitious art gallery. Representing artists from Douglas Coupland to Derek Liddington, Daniel Faria needed a multipurpose large scale space. The space is a large converted mechanic’s shop located in the growing west end of Toronto. Being cost sensitive and spatially functional was of key importance to the plan, which called for a venue suitable for paintings, installations and performances. Careful attention was paid to the proportion and scale of the white walled interventions as well as the lighting. The entry wall is mounted on castors that allow for a playful flexibility of the main exhibition hall. The former auto paint spray booth became the storage and viewing room for the gallery at the back of house.

 

 

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