Architectural Review Committee (ARC) Request
MCGILL PLACE IS POST-MODERN ARCHITECTURE
In 1986 when McGill Place was built architects were transitioning from stark modernism (like John Portmans) to a modernism with allusions to the past. This can be seen in the hipped roofs, gables, multi-paned windows, and half-moons on the porch gables.
With 188 units some individuality is invited in the public areas, but to protect our overall visual continuity and keep it from looking absolutely unplanned below are (I) procedure and (II) specification guidelines to get there fast. If you have an idea that looks good but is not quite to standard, please come to the board meeting and present your idea, we are very open-minded.
(ABOVE) Various views of McGill Place Residences.