Gibson Square Condos and Rose Garden

Project Details

Architect:  Rafael + Bigauskas Architects
Lighting Design/Specifier:  NAK Design Group
Manufacturers:  LSI Industries,  Selux
Photography:  Light Monkey Photography

Gibson Square is part of a new condominium development located on Yonge Street north of Sheppard Avenue.

Gibson Square consists of 2 condominium towers with retail uses at grade and is connected to the City of Toronto’s Rose Garden and Gibson Park. The parks were redesigned to best merge the new context of the towers and the surrounding green space.

Salex is responsible for the majority of the condominiums’ exterior lighting. We worked closely with NAK Design Group to select the fixtures and placement and our in-house applications engineer confirmed the photometry to ensure compliance with IES and local municipal lighting requirements.

Gibson Square’s exterior is predominantly illuminated by fixtures from Greenlee, an LSI Industries brand. They include inground uplights from its RDB/RDS Series, bullet highlighter uplights from its BAL Series and bollards from its Hyperion Series. Additionally, Selux’s Saturn LED post-top fixtures are also prominently featured around the two condominium towers.

Specifier/Lighting Designer: NAK Design Group  |  Architect: Rafael + Bigauskas Architects  |  Electrical Engineer: Able Engineering