Core Modern Homes is a 16,000sf 7 unit townhouse development which explores the potential of spatially oriented apertures that work to induce movement and visual interest within an efficient volume which maximizes programmatic potential.
Batay-Csorba Architects was established in 2010 by Andrew Batay-Csorba and Jodi Batay-Csorba as a collaborative research and development design studio. The practice was created in Los Angeles, California and moved to Toronto, bringing with it an unmarked outlook to the progression of design in Canada. Jodi and Andrew have designed, directed and managed over 96 internationally celebrated projects in 38 cities and 11 countries, both on their own and at Pritzker Prize-winning offices before founding Batay-Csorba Architects. Their own work has been distinguished with international awards, widely published in over 60 international publications and exhibited across 19 international galleries.
The Hazelton Residence is an addition and full interior renovation to an existing four-storey duplex originally designed by Barton Myers, in 1983. The building was reinvented and converted into one 4,000sf 4-story single family home. Located on the tree-lined abundance of Hazelton Avenue in the Yorkville neighborhood, one of the city of Toronto’s most vibrant […]
Double Duplex was recently designed by Batay-Csorba Architects, a Toronto-based architecture studio founded in 2010 by Andrew Batay-Csorba and Jodi Batay-Csorba. The Double Duplex was created in response to the cities growing need for alternative housing models due to the rising cost of urban real estate and the need for urban densification within Toronto’s established residential neighbourhoods. […]