This renovation to a Victorian semi in Toronto’s Riverdale neighbourhood is a fine balance of restoration and the introduction of contemporary elements. The kitchen was moved from the rear of the house to the middle, with the dining room situated at the front of the house in the former parlour.
Sited in the 1930’s era neighborhood known as F.Q. Story, the Escobar Renovation represents the character and flavor of one of very few areas in the young city of Phoenix, Arizona that can be called historic.
A dismal old book warehouse is completely transformed into a bright and airy residence-atelier with a double apartment and patio-verandah plus a separate additional apartment unit.
Situated on the Westhampton Beach dunes, the iconic Double Diamond home is a glimpse into the architectural past of Long Island’s beachfront communities.
Studio Idhea renovated a 1936 Villa by Vladimír Grégr called The Indian Ship. Inspired by the haciendas and villas of Californian movie stars, this villa is a good example of the aerodynamic functionalism with its distinctive conical external walls and wood siding.
Clinging to the side of Camelback Mountain in Phoenix, Arizona, a Spanish Colonial Revival style house has been transformed by architecture firm The Ranch Mine into the Red Rocks house, a dwelling that creates and elevates a variety of experiences with both the natural and man-made environment