A century-home in Toronto’s east end needed energy upgrades, a fresh look, a little more space, and a lot more useability.
The original century home had a very wide footprint, allowing for the creation of two side-by-side units.
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.
Dormers and an addition accommodate new space while minimizing impact on neighbors.
The two-storey addition adds livable space to this century house through respectful and practical design that suit a growing family.
This laneway suite is a modern renewal of an existing garage structure. The interior creates a contemporary space with maximum privacy.
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