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Queen’s Park Legislative Assembly Building

Queen’s Park Legislative Assembly Building, (1892) Toronto, Ontario


As consultant to A.J. Diamond, Donald Schmidt and Company responsible for the concept restoration designs of historically significant interior spaces; specifically the production of as-found documents, condition surveys, and detailed design drawings for the reconstruction of major missing architectural features such as staircases and atriums.




The front façade.




Designs for missing components were developed from 
study of original drawings and meticulous as found details 
of relevant remaining fabric such as this newel post.      




The design for the missing light well balustrade was designed 
    based on this extant example which combined cast iron columns, 
wood balusters and rails and wrought iron inserts.     

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