This property was a small, single-family home. Now it has been severed into two separate lots, each with a fourplex and laneway suite. 1 unit before. 10 units today.
Dormers and an addition accommodate new space while minimizing impact on neighbors.
Sustainable Leslievllle new-build home with a basement apartment to supplement income.
The original century home had a very wide footprint, allowing for the creation of two side-by-side units.
Laneway suite in Toronto’s west end that maximizes usable floor area for future tenants.
This laneway suite is a modern renewal of an existing garage structure. The interior creates a contemporary space with maximum privacy.
A century-home in Toronto’s east end needed energy upgrades, a fresh look, a little more space, and a lot more useability.
The modern home’s goal is to reduce energy consumption through passive-house-inspired design while showcasing dramatic views of site.
This garden-suite retrofit offers a unique opportunity for smart and creative infill without expanding beyond the current walls of the existing structure.
The two-storey addition adds livable space to this century house through respectful and practical design that suit a growing family.
Sustainable renovation and addition of an existing brick home in Toronto’s east end, with a focus on maintaining street character.
Sustainable renovation of an existing storage building on a laneway in Toronto’s west end.
Three cubes in the rolling countryside, stacked and staggered to create a composition that is visually appealing but also functional.
Legalizing an existing, illegal garage apartment. This contemporary 2-bedroom home was designed for a young couple who love to socialize and appreciate urban surroundings.
Interior renovation of a Toronto century home and the addition of a secondary unit.
A family vacation home for year-round use, designed to bring the outdoors in.