This renewed Edwardian House respects its architectural past, minimizes invasive demolition and offers fun, bright atmospheres to help today’s youthful home owners juggle their family and lifestyle needs.
Arnaud Marthouret - Revelateur Studio
Arnaud Marthouret is the founder of RVLTR ( Revelateur Studio ), a communications studio based in Toronto, focusing on creative architectural storytelling. We use empathy to serve architects and designers in the following areas: media production and project documentation (photography, aerials and video), communications strategy and publishing. Through the lens of empathy, we are able to help our clients build long-lasting relationships with theirs and become more successful. We care about people as much as we care about buildings.
LOCATION: Toronto, Canada
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Located in Etobicoke—a suburb of Toronto—Peak-a-Boo House overcomes those challenges, delivering a modern, light-filled, and liveable home for its new owners.
The newly designed side split home stands distinguished in its immediate context. It integrates the landscape of the adjacent ravines, the structural form of the existing house, and the spatial requirements of its inhabitants in order to deliver a comprehensive, new home.
For Toms + McNally Design, Architecture is a response to context. Millgrove House, located in rural Hamilton, sits on a property that contained an abandoned apple orchard, and a hay-growing farm for local use.
Located in the Toronto’s east-end community of Riverdale, this residential house, faces a favourite neighbourhood park. Riverdale Dormer House was refurbished by the Toronto-based firm Post Architecture. Post Architecture was brought in to dramatically open up the house to exterior the views, while collaborating with a team of engineers, builders, and designers to make the century- old […]
Junction Shadow House by Post Architecture is a semi-detached residential dwelling that began as a mirror-image of its attached neighbour. This house in the Junction neighbourhood of Toronto was in need of a total overhaul – structurally as well as functionally-and in a way that maximized the quality of light possible with the house’s north-facing orientation. […]