Kennington Water Tower

If you’ve ever wanted to live in your own personal apartment tower, you could do worse than the converted Kennington Water Tower. That’s not exactly a ringing endorsement, but beyond some of the phenomenal aspects of this repurposed and Grade-II listed monstrosity there are a few quirks and reservations.


Lake Shore Drive House by Wheeler Kearns Architects

“A great address in a great city with rare views of a Great Lake.”


4417 Christophe-Colomb by Henri Cleinge ARCHITECTE

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?


Queen’s Park House by Fox Johnston

The project involves grafting a two-story folded volume onto the rear of the existing shell.


House P by bergmeisterwolf Architects

House P looks like mountain magic in a modern architecture wrapper: big windows on all sides in a sloping valley setting with mountain views, watercourse, walls of trees, and much, much more.