Fichman Penthouse Featured in ArchDaily

From today’s ArchDailyCreating a home for Niv Fichman, founder of Rhombus Media was creating an expression of all that he values. Fichman is exuberant, discerning and a generous supporter of young Toronto film makers. His well-known film credits include The Red Violin, the recent Denis Villeneuve film Enemy, and the film adaptation of José Saramago’s novel Blindness. The design of his penthouse at 375 King Street West, reflects both his personal warmth and appreciation of art, as well as his desire to create uncompromising function out of every element within his space.


Fichman Penthouse was designed by SvN Principal Drew Sinclair. You can read the complete ArchDaily article here.

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