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St. Lawrence South Heritage Lighting Design


As the site of Toronto's first permanent city hall in 1845, St. Lawrence Market South represents nearly two centuries of the city's history. The heritage lighting design, complete with LED reconstruction highlighting the facade's century-old features, reignites the historical features of this popular marketplace.

A multitude of lighting effects with the latest technology in LED lighting were used to bring this iconic facade to life. The clerestory features colour-changing LED luminaires with different visual effects for special events and celebrations. Fixtures are hidden by shrouds and boxes, maintaining the historical look and feel of the marketplace while highlighting key architectural features, such as windows, cornices, transoms, door arches, roof details, columns, and the main signage.



Gross Floor Area

  • 111,458 sq ft

Completion Year