On a lushly treed street in midtown Toronto, this project brought a fresh update to an aging home for a young couple with a growing family. Central to their desire was an open communal space that would accommodate their extended family and large social gatherings.
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
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.
This renewed Edwardian House respects its architectural past, minimizes invasive demolition and offers fun, bright atmospheres to help today’s youthful home owners juggle their family and lifestyle needs.
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.
The Candy Loft exists on the second story of a hard loft conversion on a busy street in Toronto’s downtown west end. StudioAC was asked by the client to design this loft space in a way that would create a feeling of privacy within the city.