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Danforth Addition by ASQUITH Architecture

Danforth Addition by ASQUITH Architecture

Project: Danforth Addition
Architects: ASQUITH Architecture
Structural Engineer: Blackwell
Contractor: Alexander Tencate
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Area: 3500 sq.ft
Photography: Nanne Springer
Text by ASQUITH Architecture

A number of additions comprised the design work for an expansion to this narrow house steps from Toronto’s Danforth. A full third floor addition provides a master suite with small balcony off the rear of the house. The existing front gable was enlarged to provide a small study with a triangular window that fills the front third floor facade, but maintains the sense of its original appearance from the street. The basement, ground and second storeys were fully renovated and a one storey addition at the rear of the house added a small mudroom.

kitchen, ASQUITH Architecture

kitchen, ASQUITH Architecture

Danforth Addition by ASQUITH Architecture

Danforth Addition by ASQUITH Architecture

third floor loft, ASQUITH Architecture

master bathroom, ASQUITH Architecture

Danforth Addition by ASQUITH Architecture

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