Eventscape recently engineered, fabricated and installed an 18.3 x 3-m (60 x 10-ft) public art feature wall as part of the landscape for a new condominium construction project on Toronto’s Church Street.
Eventscape recently engineered, fabricated and installed new storefront façades at Toronto’s Yorkdale Shopping Centre for two upscale watch retailers: Italy’s Panerai and Switzerland’s Vacheron Constantin.
Toronto-based Eventscape recently engineered, fabricated and installed Coty’s Fume Scent Lounge, which blends digital and static signage, inside the Hudson Bay Company’s (HBC’s) department store at Yorkdale Shopping Centre.
Cadillac Fairview (CF) recently contracted Toronto-based Eventscape to engineer, fabricate and install a digital interactive sculpture with an integrated camera at the Eaton Centre, allowing customers to appear on its face.
Toronto-based Eventscape was recently contracted to engineer, fabricate and install a 16.5 x 1.4-m (54 x 4.5-ft) custom art wall to adorn a new pedestrian mews area in one of the city’s shopping centres, The Shops at Don Mills.
Toronto-based Eventscape recently engineered, fabricated and installed a 7.9 x 7.3-m (26 x 24-ft) storefront façade, including signage, for sunglasses and watch retailer Spareparts at the city’s Yorkdale Shopping Centre.
Toronto-based Eventscape has built and installed a new sculptural feature for the Mall of America (MOA) in Bloomington, Minn., depicting the famous retail facility’s revamped star logo in three dimensions.
When is a sign not a sign? In the case of Speech Bubble, a new public art piece commissioned for a condominium tower in Toronto’s entertainment district, it’s when the format of a sign is used not to convey a direct message, but instead to display abstract images.
Toronto-based Eventscape won ‘best in show’ in Sign Media Canada’s 2015 National Sign Competition with the sculptural window feature it built for a Harry Rosen clothing store at Yorkdale Shopping Centre.