Building waves with glass and concrete, steel, aluminum and wood.
In a province and city continually striving to build heritage and history, we find a wood-framed cottage dating back to the 1800s replaced by a glass and brick contemporary home. How can that be?
“The site encompasses two former river lots in one 100 foot x 400 foot heavily treed parcel with a deep front yard and a steep drop to the flood-prone river edge.”
L.A. Design origins use stacks of Irish limestone, wrapped in zinc, glass and wall-to-wall walnut to deliver a design winner in Toronto.
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