Farrow Selected to Transform Historic Oakville Landmark

Farrow has been engaged by Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville to transform its historic building in the heart of Oakville to include educational, meeting and exterior public space. Located in the centre of downtown Oakville on Lakeshore Road, the red-brick Gothic style building built in 1888, will be renovated tol include a new landscaped plaza, new entrance, reception, main hall and server kitchen, expanded needing facilities and a lower level education space.


Farrow Engaged to Design Mixed-use Project

Farrow has been engaged to develop design options for a mixed-use development in the upper Trafalgar neighbourhood of Oakville. The project includes two towers, the first seven stories in height and the second twenty stories. The design includes the creation of individual glazed triangular windows in each suite to increase the window wall area. Combined, the massing of the windows creates the appearance of a natural mountain range.


Jerusalem mixed-use building design begins

March 17, 2017. Farrow has begun design on a new $80 million mixed-use building including retail, commercial, hotel and underground parking in the heart of the ancient city. This is the second building Farrow is designing as part of their master plan for Shaare Zedek Medical Centre (SZMC) campus. Construction will commence with the excavation of the site in June 2017.


Design for first phase of medical centre master plan unveiled

March 13, 2017. Farrow has unveiled the design for Israel’s newest cancer centre, located on a prominent site in the heart of Jerusalem.

It is the first phase of Farrow’s three million square foot master plan for Shaare Zedek Medical Centre (SZMC) campus, which was completed in April 2016. The 75,000 square foot centre will offer radiation treatment as a complement to present chemotherapy services on the campus. Read the full Canadian Architect news articlehere.


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