A head-to-toe renovation of a typical Victorian Toronto duplex, our goal from the very beginning was to preserve and celebrate many of the home’s existing features – including finely crafted stairs, arched front windows, and exposed brick wall
Scott Norsworthy is a photographer living and working in Toronto, Ontario, where he recently completed his Masters of Architecture at the University of Toronto.
Longtime homeowners sought to renovate their classic Summerhill home to suit their evolving lifestyles. Now empty nesters and casual entertainers, we completely reorganized their ground floor to better meet their needs.
Responsive to both site conditions and programmatic needs, the Lake Joseph cottage was an exercise in finding an alternative to the “bigger is better” trend that is currently dominating cottage design.
The Dovercourt House is uniquely tailored to celebrate the clients’s heritage, and reflect their beautiful and hospitable spirits. The house draws upon, and re-interprets, many elements of traditional Japanese architecture,
This much loved family chalet built in the 1960’s was in need of renovation. Out went interior finishes circa 1970, a too-narrow deck and tiny windows that only gave a glimpse of the spectacular view across the hills and pond below.
The MidTown Triplex is an example of urban intensification in an established Toronto neighborhood, providing both a spacious two-storey residence as well as two high quality rental suites that add to the diversity of the Toronto housing market.