Atelier Kastelic Buffey

About Atelier Kastelic Buffey

AKB is the architecture studio of Robert Kastelic and Kelly Buffey, architects dedicated to the practice and art of building.
Founded in 2004, the architecture of Atelier Kastelic Buffey is distinguished by its clarity of vision, poetics of space and attention to detail. A quiet simplicity is achieved through a rigorous process and commitment to conceptual intent. With a unified approach to interior-exterior relationships, AKB transforms the ephemeral into the tactile, creating architecture with a palpable sense of space.

Elements of volume, light, proportion and materiality are orchestrated to resonate and respond to each project’s unique site, context and program. Compelling in their tranquility and quiet simplicity, the resulting buildings are warmly engaging, elegant and functional. Akb recognizes the importance of a collaborative process in maintaining an open dialogue with their clients, ensuring all needs and desires are met. Meticulous research, precedent studies and the deployment of current sustainability strategies enable the studio to fuse the practical and the abstract in an architecture that is creative, inspired and enduring.

LOCATION: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Hilltop House by Atelier Kastelic Buffey

Architects: Atelier Kastelic Buffey Team (Architecture + Interior Design): Kelly Buffey, Robert Kastelic, Artur Kobylanski, Terry Sin Project: Hilltop House Construction: Wilson Project Management Photography: Shai Gil Atelier Kastelic Buffey has designed Hilltop House for a young family of Duntroon, Ontario, Canada. Description by Atelier Kastelic Buffey: Hilltop house is a primary residence perched high within the

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