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.
The Dovercourt House is uniquely tailored to celebrate the clients’s heritage, and reflect their beautiful and hospitable spirits. The house draws upon, and re-interprets, many elements of traditional Japanese architecture,
Located in Etobicoke—a suburb of Toronto—Peak-a-Boo House overcomes those challenges, delivering a modern, light-filled, and liveable home for its new owners.
The Pape Loft exists inside of a converted church in the east end of Toronto. The result of this conversion is major variation from unit to unit, most of which are multi-story loft spaces with some structural quirks throughout.
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.
One unique feature that separates The Home in Little Italy from other Audax projects is the fact that it is the home of the firm’s principal, Gianpiero Pugliese. Married with two children, Gianpiero and his wife began to look for something different from the standard Toronto house when searching for a new home to meet their growing family’s needs.