Mary Ellen is a part of Toronto Lighting Collaborative – a group of lighting professionals from all areas of the profession of lighting, promoting lighting design in Toronto. In 2016 TLC started the initiative of creating installations for Nuit Blanche. This year’s installation “Disturbing Graffiti”, in Graffiti Alley downtown was a collaborative installation with Toronto […]
In Ontario, employers are required to provide workers with fall-protection training. Since falls are a major cause of injury while on a construction site we wanted to be sure that our team had the training and awareness. iRescue came in to our office to train the team and adminster the test. We all passed! […]
We had the pleasure of attending the NKBA Ontario Chapter Gala on Saturday April 22nd, 2017. Honored to receive 1st place for our Willard Residence Powder Room, we extend many thanks to NKBA for organizing a great evening. You can find more information about the NKBA Ontario Chapter and the Design Competition at www.nkba.ca.
If you missed going out for Nuit Blanche this year here is a great highlight of our lighting installation and photos from the night.
Place Independent Project No. 89 on your list to see at Nuit Blanche. Both Mary Ellen Lynch (Leading) and Warren Brown (Team Member) of our office are a part of the teams that will be creating two installations in Victoria Memorial Square (10 Niagara Street). ‘Facing Fire’ and ‘City Souls’ are two lighting projects commemorating those […]
On September 11th, 2016 Lynch + Comisso: Architecture + Light was featured on the front page of the Home section of National Post. A wonderfully written article by Martha Uniacke Breen explores the renovation of our Urban Oasis project. “It was important to the clients, Lynch explains, to maintain at least an acknowledgment of the home’s […]
This day is organized by the United Nations Environment Programme to encourage worldwide awareness and action for the protection of our environment. Today June 5th, 2016 marks the day that over 100 countries will celebrate the environment we live in. Use today to get outside and enjoy what Toronto has to offer.