They purchased a 900 sf loft within a former chocolate factory and asked PLANT to renovate it in a way that would enable them to use the space as either a two-bedroom condominium or a one-bedroom unit with an expanded living area.
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A new micro brewery office in Toronto’s historical art deco “destructor” building – part of the R.C. Harris legacy of infrastructure buildings. This new renovation takes care to preserve the original interior brick and openings, as well as the palimpsest of additions that came after.
The northern Georgian Bay island is remote, breathtakingly beautiful, and entirely private. However, the poor old original cottage was tired, the log walls had rotted to a degree that made the structure dangerous, there was nothing to save.
The Cobourg house, adjacent to Cobourg’s Victoria Park, is set deep into the site while accommodating local zoning regulations. Screened by large mature trees, it is intended to have a discreet presence in this conservation area.
A family cottage on a remote and private north-Ontario lake. The Algonquin cottage is on the doorstep of the vast Algonquin Provincial Park. In the summertime it operates as a private family escape and offers a cool swim from the city’s heat, and in the winter as a warm cabin to nestle in after cross-country ski outings in Algonquin Park.
This project began as a simple addition to the rear of a two storey detached house in Bedford Park. Through the design and construction process the renovation expanded to include a full renovation weaving a new and modern aesthetic into the existing house.