This was a collaborative project between Julie Reinhart Design and Asquith Architecture. The Playter Estates Reinvention project is a full renovation and new addition to a house in the Playter Estates Neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
JUMA Architects beautifully integrated the entrance door and converted the connecting volume between the two wings of the house into a symmetrical whole, with solid wooden beams that support the new awning.
Located in the heart of flourishing Roncesvalles in Toronto’s beloved West End, Sorauren 118 by Ancerl Studio is one half of a twofold residential development for Seventy Seven Park. Where a pair of dilapidated semi-detached houses once stood now rise two unique gems of modernity.
This plywood-lined loft extension housing a child’s bedroom is conceived of as a ‘Treehouse’ – a perfect hideaway in which to rest and play, atop this north London family home.
Perched above the Don River Watershed in North York, the owners fell in love with the property and bought the house sight unseen – they were traveling at the time it came onto the market. The 1960’s bungalow needed extensive work to open up the interior spaces to maximize the ravine views to the south
The late 19th century apartment which remained untouched for more than six decades is a 150m² property composed of a spacious living room, an open kitchen, two bathrooms, a laundry room, a walk-in wardrobe, two bedrooms and an office space.