Originally upon the station’s completion, veneered wood slats were used in the ceiling of the station.  While it looked like real wood, the product had trouble staying together in Toronto’s humid climate, resulting in over-expansion, buckling, and in the end falling debris.  AECOM was tasked with finding a solution and we ended up going for Hunter Douglas panels that looked like real wood.  I was directed to render several views down the station corridor, showcasing how the new system would interact with the existing structure.  This work was originally completed mid to late 2015.