Bayview Village Shpping Centre, Lower Mezzanine, Unit M1, 2901 Bayview Avenue
rzlbd is not just a “play with identity” or a “miniature version” of a name; it is the imitation of an essentialist. Founded by Reza Aliabadi in Toronto in 2010, the assimilation of architecture and atelier is not just an ordinary practice that serves, rather contributes akin as a boutique practice that accustoms itself to needs of the project. rzlbd makes changes rather than substitutions. It is an everyday engagement with design and originality that not only realizes objects and buildings but also curates art exhibitions and installations. This foundation merges as an innovative mind seeking opportunities for creativity everywhere.
Toronto’s Harbourfront Center commissioned several architectural installations to examine how much space people really need to live comfortably for its “Big Enough?” exhibition, which runs through July 8.
To hear Office dA's Nader Tehrani tell it, it's a small miracle that the Macallen condo building in Boston's South End became a reality. “It was built under the most difficult circumstances,” says Tehrani, whose firm acted as design architect on the proje