An existing heritage building is transformed through the introduction of a modern, two-storey addition that playfully re-interprets the distinctive geometry of the original dwelling through a contemporary lens.
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
Quinn Architecture is excited to have another lovely project in beautiful Elsternwick. This project is an elegant, single level, modern extension to this existing Edwardian home.
Situated 40 km North of Bucharest, in a peaceful rural setting, the house serves as a week-end and vacation retreat for a family living and working in the capital. It tries to make the most of its privileged location
On the existing front facade of this Greenwich Village row house, a vast majority of the existing brick was damaged beyond repair or in poor condition and brick was patched with cement at other areas.
Design is most successful when it is a collaboration. Bringing together a shared vision with enthusiasm and experience. This period renovation in East Malvern captures this idea beautifully.