The Cotton Factory is an exciting example of an adaptive reuse, a historic mill that has grown into a creative industries hub in the heart of Hamilton’s growing arts economy. We began with a Master Plan of the facility, followed by multiple renovations and heritage reports to advance its vision….Read more
Drew is director here at mcCallumSather. He is passionate about shaping environments that put our clients’ business and research objectives at the forefront, and has been instrumental in providing award-winning design solutions that establish a precedent or prototype. They are buildings that push…Read more
Once home to prominent families in the manufacturing industry, 776 Princes Street is a heritage home in Kincardine, Ontario and a personal passion project from our Director and pioneer of mcCallumSather’s heritage team, Drew Hauser. Our team worked with Drew to bring this heritage designated…Read more
Our re-design of the Narthex at the Grace Anglican in Waterdown is striking in its simplicity. The beautiful design creates a modern, interactive entrance to the church, increases the available functional space and creates a welcoming, accessible environment for its parishioners. Our objective –…Read more
The 150-year-old James Street Baptist Church façade in downtown Hamilton is being transformed, sensitively reimagined into a 30-storey condominium tower. mcCallumSather is leading the design and heritage consultation of this unique adaptive reuse project.
The mixed-use development of Tivoli Theatre and Condominium will feature the revitalization of Hamilton’s storied Tivoli Vaudeville Theatre and a brand-new 100+ suite condominium tower in the heart of Hamilton on James Street North.
mcCallumSather is leading the design of this mixed-use…Read more