This newly built custom home in Markham, ON draws on traditional and craftsman design elements through the use of low-maintenance materials including rustic fieldstone cladding, composite wood cladding, and cedar shakes in order to create a sense of tranquil comfort for the new owners.
This home attempts to reconcile a set of seemingly-contradictory design goals: openness and privacy, connectivity between defined spaces, and efficiency despite its large size. It resulted in an innovative and unusual floor plan that challenges dominant trends in modern home design.
1890's VICTORIAN ROW-HOUSE
A full restoration and modernization of an 1890's row-house in Toronto's historic Kensington Market area. This row house will boast 10ft ceilings, a third floor master bedroom with clerestory, rooftop terrace, and a contemporary floor layout that efficiently utilizes the narrow width of the structure.
A large-scale renovation of a custom home in Woodbridge, ON. This home had many areas that required revamping to increase functionality and aesthetics, including a large storage space on top of the garage. We had the opportunity to significantly modify the existing structure of this home in order to create vaulted ceilings and incorporate solid-core rustic reclaimed wood beams into the design.
FRENCH COLONIAL HOME
This french colonial style home features a dramatic peaked roof- a signature feature of this architectural style. Alongside a wealth of modernized interior amenities provide unmatched comfort and living standards alongside an inviting and timeless exterior design to the end user.
MODERN HOME BY THE WATER
This lakeside home employs a modern version of the prairie style, featuring strong horizontal lines that run parallel to the water’s surface and link the architecture to the surroundings.
A newly built custom home in Forest Hill, featuring an open concept layout that accentuates the centerpiece eat-in kitchen. Contemporary touches throughout the home provide a refreshing escape from the mundane while still fitting with the community.