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Little Barn Laneway Suites by Creative Union Network

Little Barn Laneway Suites by Creative Union Network

Project: Little Barn Laneway Suites
Architects: Creative Union Network
Location: West Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Area: 440 sq.ft
Year: 2020
Text by Creative Union Network

The owner of this Beaconsfield village property wanted to convert the existing 500 square feet garage into a two story one-bedroom laneway suite. The design process was complicated by the non-compliance of the existing building with Toronto Laneway Suite by-laws. Creative Union had to come up with innovative ways to design the new interior without touching the existing façade and openings.

Little Barn Laneway Suites by Creative Union Network

Despite its size this tiny home is a comfortable space with clear and minimalist lines. Every feature of the design has a function, whether it is a hidden cabinet or part of the stair/shelf structure. The Little Barn Laneway Suites is a perfect example of Creative Union’s ability to engage and utilize all the spaces and create a useful, living interior.

Little Barn Laneway Suites by Creative Union Network

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Little Barn Laneway Suites by Creative Union Network

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