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TEEPLE ARCHITECTS INC. Teeple Architects Inc. was founded in 1989 by firm Principal Stephen Teeple. Over the past 25 years it has built a reputation for innovative design, technical excellence and exceptional service through a broad range of acclaimed public and private sector projects. The firm has been recognized for executing technically advanced projects of exceptional quality that are conceptually and practically rooted in the specific needs and aspirations of each client. The office’s work is characterized by its commitment to responding creatively and effectively to the needs and aspirations of our clients as well as to the dictates of site, context, and budget requirements. These values inspire us to find innovative and appropriate solutions for each new project. The work of Teeple Architects has been recognized with awards for design excellence and sustainability on the local, provincial, national and international levels. These honours include six Governor General’s Medals for Architecture (Canada’s highest architectural honour), eight Canadian Architect Awards, fourteen awards from the Ontario Association of Architects, thirteen urban design awards, the inaugural Azure Magazine People’s Choice Award, a Prairie Design Award, a Progressive Architecture Award, and ArchDaily’s Building of the Year Award. In recent years, Teeple Architects has distinguished itself as a leader in the field of sustainable design, recognized with three Canadian Green Building (formerly SAB) Awards, as well as a prestigious International Holcim Award for Sustainable Design. The firm is proud to count among its portfolio more than 23 LEED projects completed or under construction.


Honours Innovation in LEED Award (1st Place) Canadian Architect Award of Merit Toronto urban Design Award of Merit


Sherbourne Common Pavilion

TORONTO, ONtario

Client:

Waterfront Toronto

Size:

5,802 sq. ft.

Status:

Completed in 2011

LEED®: Gold

This new pavilion provides services for Sherbourne Common Park – a key phase in the city’s ongoing waterfront revitalization plan. Working with landscape architects, artists and the civil engineers responsible for storm water purification for the entire waterfront, the pavilion was conceived in relation to an overall vision for the park that focused on public interaction and connection to water, specifically to Lake Ontario and its history. The park itself is conceived as a memory of the waterfront’s long history. It is an abstraction of the condition of a pure stream, running through the landscape, into the lake. The “stream” is in fact a channel of storm water that is purified by the park infrastructure, which includes both UV filtration equipment housed in the pavilion and natural biofiltration. The pavilion forms a key node that interconnects the various elements of the park. The pavilion also houses washroom and changing facilities for the accompanying rink/water feature as well as a concession for food and beverages. It also accommodates the rink chiller equipment, fuel storage for the Zamboni, as well as UV filtration equipment for the waterfront as a whole. It is designed as a year-round facility to help service and activate the park at all times. The arch itself forms a covered seating area overlooking the rink/water feature.


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how the stormwater treatment system works:

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After the storm, runoff is collected in East Bayfront’s Stormwater Management Facility located in tanks under the water’s edge boardwalk. These tanks have three key roles: collecting storm water, reinforcing the existing dock wall, and creating a platform for the public promenade.

QUEENS QUAY EAST SHERBOURNE COMMON

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After water is collected in the tanks, it is transferred to a large tank under the Parliament WaveDeck. The water is conveyed to the Sherbourne Common UV Purification Facility housed beneath the park’s Pavilion to treat the water with strong UV light.

SPLASH POND AND ICE RINK

[c] After the UV treatment is complete, the water

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travels through one of three dramatic channelled sculptures and a bio-filtration bed. The clean water is then discharged into Lake Ontario.

SHERBOURNE COMMON PAVILION

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clarified stormwater stormwater stormwater sediment set

(UV DISINFECTION FACILITY)

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lake ontario


Ongoing projects | Similar Experience


Scarborough Chinese Baptist Church

Scarborough, Ontario

Client:

Scarborough Chinese Baptist Church

Size:

80,000 sq. ft.

Status:

Completed in 2007

Honours Governor Generals Medal in Architecture OAA Design Excellence Award


ArTscAPe youngPlAce

TORONTO, ONTARIO

Client:

Toronto Artscape

Size:

77,000 sq. f t.

Status:

Completed in 2013 With GBCA


monTrose culTurAl cenTre

GRANDE PRAIRIE, ALBERTA

Client:

City of Grande Prairie

Size:

50,000 sq. ft.

Status:

Completed 2009

LEED速:

Silver

Honours Alberta Association of Architects Prairie Design Award


Art Gallery of Grande Prairie

Grande Prairie, Alberta

Client:

City of Grande Prairie

Size:

15,000 sq. ft.

Status:

Completed in 2012


Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum

WEMBLEY, Alberta

Client:

County of Grande Prairie

Size:

42,000 sq. ft.

Status:

Expected completion in 2014

LEED速: Gold (Targeted)

With Architecture | Arndt Tkalcic Bengert


clareview community recreation centre & Branch Library Edmonton, Alberta

Client:

City of Edmonton + Edmonton Public Library

Size:

190,000 sq. ft.

Status:

Expected completion in 2014

LEED速: Silver

With Architecture | Arndt Tkalcic Bengert

OUR recent COMMUNITY & cultural project experience

Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum Clareview Community Recreation Centre & Library Branch Boulevard Club West Wing Replacement Toronto Chinese Community Church Artscape Youngplace Art Gallery of Grande Prairie Montrose Cultural Centre Sherbourne Common Pavilion Chandler Mowat Community Centre Scarborough Chinese Baptist Church Beausoleil Community Centre Moose Factory Studio and Gallery Portrait Gallery of Canada (on hold) Lakeshore Grounds Assembly Hall East End Community Centre Antibes Community Recreation Centre


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Sherbourne Common Pavilion  

This new pavilion provides services for Sherbourne Common Park – a key phase in the city’s ongoing waterfront revitalization plan. Working...

Sherbourne Common Pavilion  

This new pavilion provides services for Sherbourne Common Park – a key phase in the city’s ongoing waterfront revitalization plan. Working...

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