Designing lifestyle choices. Creating resilient communities. Enriching quality of life.
Living+ describes our outlook on designing environments for people to thrive that extend beyond the walls of their home. We create neighbourhoods enriched by retail, entertainment, access to public transit and the public realm, and establish connections to the larger community through technology-enabled amenities such as virtual concierges and designated rideshare pick-ups. From homes to hotels to seniors living, we design outcomes that lead to a better quality of life for the residents of today’s smart cities.
A richer quality of life
A well-designed community can serve as a catalyst for change and improve day-to-day living for entire populations. Creating better access, stronger services, and sustainable infrastructure for urbanites is our guiding vision.
Rearticulating the modern urban experience
Invested in the future of cities
For over 40 years, our intelligence practice has developed new software, products and solutions to help us make more informed decisions. Analytics and evidence-based design is infused into everything we do, so we can help shape a more progressive urban future.
Fostering smarter, more connected residential environments.
Featured ProjectsSee more of our Living+ projects
IBI Group-designed M3 Condos is M City’s third and tallest tower with a slender design that soars to 81 storeys. Set to become the tallest tower in Mississauga by a significant margin, and one of the tallest buildings in the GTA, our design embodies an artful dynamism that has become so representative of Mississauga.
Pinnacle on the Park
San Diego, CA
This two-tower, mixed-use development in San Diego, designed by IBI Group, adds unprecedented height, luxury and architectural complexity to the city’s densifying downtown core.
Established on a prominent 2.3-acre site along the prestigious Ali Askar Road, this 380,000 square foot mixed-use site seamlessly blends office and residential spaces in an executive setting. IBI Group provided architectural and interior design direction for the project, as well as landscape architecture including hardscape, softscape and water bodies.
88 Scott Street
This 53-storey mixed use development in the downtown Toronto core pays architectural homage to the original 1951 limestone design.