Residential ArchitectureRenovation ProjectsNorth Toronto Renovation by ASQUITH Architecture

North Toronto Renovation by ASQUITH Architecture

North Toronto Renovation by ASQUITH Architecture

Project: North Toronto Renovation
Architects: ASQUITH Architecture
Construction: Webb&Lashbrook
Cabinetry: Nick Day Design
Structural Engineer: Contact Structural Engineering
Location: Toronto, Canada
Photo Credits: Nanne Springer
Text by ASQUITH Architecture

This renovation to a house in the Bedford Park neighbourhood of Toronto dismantled and re-created a main floor to create an entirely open concept space for a family of four. The kitchen is the central focus. White oak flooring and cabinetry with black metal accents comprise the material palette that is used to create a consistency through the renovation. Curves in both the ceilings and cabinetry help soften the transitions between the spaces.

kitchen, ASQUITH Architecture

kitchen, ASQUITH Architecture

kitchen, ASQUITH Architecture

North Toronto Renovation by ASQUITH Architecture

North Toronto Renovation by ASQUITH Architecture

living area, ASQUITH Architecture

North Toronto Renovation by ASQUITH Architecture

North Toronto Renovation by ASQUITH Architecture

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