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Kenilworth House, Johnson Chou 4

Kenilworth House by Johnson Chou

Located in the Beaches neighbourhood in Toronto’s East End, the original structure was a two-storey 1,250 SF (139m2) building renovated into a three-storey 1,950 SF (178m2) residence achieved by converting the existing attic space into a master bedroom with ensuite and adding a two-storey rear extension.

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Grange Triple Double House by Williamson Williamson

Architects: Williamson Williamson Project: Grange Triple Double House Construction Manager: Derek Nicholson Inc. Size: 3,500 s.f. Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada Photography: Bob Gundu Text by Williamson Williamson A corner lot in Toronto’s gritty Chinatown neighbourhood is the site for a multi-unit and multi-generational housing prototype. Stacking a rental unit, a grandparent’s suite, and living spaces

Hazelton Residence / Batay-Csorba Architects

Architects: Batay-Csorba Architects Project: Hazelton Residence Team: Jodi Batay-Csorba, Andrew Batay-Csorba Project Area: 4,000 sqft Location: Toronto, Canada Photography: Doublespace Photography Text by Batay-Csorba Architects The Hazelton Residence is an addition and full interior renovation to an existing four-storey duplex originally designed by Barton Myers, in 1983. The building was reinvented and converted into one

Double Duplex by Batay-Csorba Architects

Double Duplex / Batay-Csorba Architects

Architects: Batay-Csorba Architects Project: Double Duplex Team: Jodi Batay-Csorba, Andrew Batay-Csorba,Lola Abraham Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada Area: 2 x 3,500 sft Photography: Doublespace Photography Double Duplex was recently designed by Batay-Csorba Architects, a Toronto-based architecture studio founded in 2010 by Andrew Batay-Csorba and Jodi Batay-Csorba. The Double Duplex was created in response to the cities growing need

Contrast House / Dubbeldam Architecture + Design

Architects: Dubbeldam Architecture + Design Project: Contrast House Project Team: Heather Dubbeldam, Oliver Dang, Jacob JeBailey, Bindya Lad, Rachel Tameriao Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada Area: 1,850 sq. ft. Photography: Tom Arban and Bob Gundu Contrast House is a simple and elegant renovation/addition that combines beautiful design with impressive energy performance. The project was designed by Toronto-based

Hoggs Hollow Valley House

Hoggs Hollow Valley House / Superkül

Architects: Superkül Project: Valley House Location: Hoggs Hollow, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Photography: Ben Rahn / A-Frame Studio Built for a family of five, this house in Toronto’s Hoggs Hollow neighbourhood occupies a deep lot on a reverse ravine, with a heavily forested slope rising steeply behind. Hoggs Hollow Valley House was recently completed by Superkül, a Toronto-based

Geoffrey House by Wanda Ely Architect

Geoffrey House in Toronto / Wanda Ely Architect

Geoffrey House is a single-family home designed by Wanda Ely Architect, a Toronto-based architecture design practice, specializing in contemporary, inspired, and thoughtfully detailed residential projects. Built for a couple and their young son, this project seeks unpretentious yet imaginative solutions for family living. Modest, practical spaces are designed to function efficiently, but are thoughtfully enriched with

Bilateral House in Toronto Audax 7

Bilateral House in Toronto / Audax Architecture

Architect: Audax Architecture Name of the project: Bilateral House Location: Toronto, Canada Photographer: Shai Gil The homeowners of Bilateral House are a married couple with three girls. They purchased a lot with a 116-year-old Period Revival home in a mature picturesque neighbourhood in the city. As avid collectors of contemporary art and vintage furniture, they

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Hepbourne Street House by Denegri Bessai Studio

Denegri Bessai Studio architects recently have designed Hepbourne Street House, a family home located in Toronto, Ontario. Denegri Bessai Studio was established in 2013 by partners Tom Bessai and Maria Denegri. Project description: This unusual project near Bloor and Ossington Streets unfolded from back to front. The scope gradually evolved forward through a redesign of the

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