Overview

We understand design as a cultural act which engages our everyday experiences and brings together individuals with their built environment.  Our design philosophy is grounded in a basic conviction and fundamental belief that great architecture is less about style and more about discovery.  This belief is what drives our relentless pursuit of connecting client needs and desires, project budget, context, and artistic expression into a truly unique sense of place.  LineBox is a small collaborative design studio that is interested in all project types regardless of size and budget.  Unlike large corporate firms our clients benefit from having direct access to the principal of the firm throughout the entire project.

Sustainable design is the practice of designing physical objects and the built environment to comply with economic, social, and ecological consciousness. By this we mean integrating living spaces with the natural environment in a harmonic way. We identify and utilize the specific characteristics of the land in each design in order to ensure the home is well suited to its surroundings.  In every project we look to incorporate sustainable elements to the extent that the client wishes to do so.  We look to optimize key success factors of sustainable design including: passive heating and cooling, reclaimed materials, green roofs, geothermal heating / cooling and harnessing all the natural energies in the environment.

Principal Andrew Reeves founded LineBox Studio Inc. in 2002. He is a full member of the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (MRAIC).  Andrew received his professional Bachelor of Architecture degree from Carleton University (2002).  His strong fundamentals in the practice of architecure have been strengthened through fifeteen years of work experience in projects of varying scale and complexity. This  knowledge and experience is applied to each project and special attention is given to every client.

From 1994 to 1998, Andrew established the basis for his technical abilities while working in two small architecture firms in Toronto and Ottawa as a technologist and designer on residential, commercial, institutional and educational projects.  The residential work included a variety of experiences including master planning and designing custom millwork for a variety of custom homes.

In 1998, Andrew was hired by Brisbin Brook Beynon Architects based in Toronto, an award winning international architectural firm specializing in a wide range of projects including large commercial, institutional, academic, government and health care facilities.  His aptitude for design allowed him to progress from project designer to project Architect on a variety of commercial and institutional projects.