Located on a small lot in Downtown Toronto, the owners of this new three storey residence desired a peaceful urban retreat, purposefully tailored to nurture and enhance a close communal family life and their enjoyment of the outdoors.
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Located in Toronto’s Roncesvalles neighbourhood, the Galley house challenges conventional notions typical of a semi-detached, Victorian era home, by providing a new rear entry hub, internal connectivity
Located in the community of Oakville, this new home for a family of five nestles into its lot, inviting in the startling lushness of the neighbouring property through an amply fenestrated east elevation. The two-storey, five-bedroom house is efficiently designed to maximize opportunities for natural light, engaging site and landscape through the provision of a generous courtyard and two outdoor decks.
Fletchers Mill House is a new residence and guest house located on a knoll overlooking a meadow that slopes gently down to the Thornton River. The compound formed by the two structures is the terminus of a long and level plateau flanked by woods, and of a new entry drive.
Architects: BattersbyHowat Architects Project: New Westminster house Location: New Westminster, BC, Canada Area: 279 sqm Photography: Tom Arban Located on a hillside overlooking the river in New Westminster, BC, Canada, this 3000 square foot home has an L-shaped configuration. This New Westminster house was completed by Vancouver-based BattersbyHowat Architects. The street façade is enigmatic and […]
Contrast House is a simple and elegant renovation/addition that combines beautiful design with impressive energy performance. The project was designed by Toronto-based Dubbeldam Architecture + Design. From the architect: Situated on a corner lot in a dense Toronto neighbourhood, the intent of the remaking of this narrow 125-year-old residence was two-fold: to increase natural light in […]