This home reflects the best qualities of modern design: openness, simplicity and indoor-outdoor connection.
On a heavily wooded corner lot in an established Lorne Park neighbourhood sits this classic home.
David’s House combines the simplicity of modern design with the comfort and elegance of a traditional home.
This home captures the formality of the established neighbourhood it’s situated in, while upholding the casual nature of the family that enjoys the home every day.
The objective of the homeowners was to create a contemporary Italian retreat.
Covington Estates, a custom home builder, commissioned us to design this home for 123 Balsam Dr in Oakville.
A craftsman-style cottage located on the outskirts of Collingwood.
Clean lines, openness, simplicity – this home highlights the best of modern architecture.
Many neighbourhoods across the GTA are moving through a similar development transition in which the smaller, older homes that originally populated and characterized the area are being replaced with larger homes.
When our client from Colorado approached us with their steep hillside property in Castle Rock, we couldn't have asked for more fitting circumstances.
Located in the heart of Blue Mountain, this modern all-season chalet perfectly encapsulates both the beauty and functionality of natural modern design.
When David first visited our client's farm, he was struck by the expansiveness of the gorgeous rural property.
Steps away from High Park and Bloor West Village, this modern home design carefully balances family living with city living.
This 3-storey modern home sits on a narrow corner lot in Toronto.
This home is nestled into the hillside of Ann Arbor, Michigan.
This home is a true reflection of its owners: casual and relaxed.
Although its arts and crafts architectural design predisposition is on display, this home’s soaring interior spaces and unique courtyard floor plan provide its dominant characteristics.
Affectionately named ‘The Hockey House’ to pay homage to the NHL player that grew up in the original house and used the garage door for shooting practice.
Black framed windows and lack of adornment add a contemporary appeal to a traditional French Chateau home.
Walls of floor-to-ceiling glass provide phenomenal views onto the heavily-wooded ravine property.
On a naturally wooded lot in an exclusive Mississauga neighbourhood, one can find this home at peace with its surroundings.
Pineneedle Row, a Mississauga street known for its traditional homes, lush landscape, and multitude of David Small designs, now features this natural modern renovation.
This traditional home sits on a 250ft wide property along a winding road in Aurora.
A Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie style inspired design located in the suburbs of Edmonton.
This home is a prime example of traditional detailing mixed with modern simplicity.
A Frank Lloyd Wright enthusiast engaged us to design this Prairie Style inspired home on the property he grew up on.
An elegant, inviting home was the objective of the homeowners.
This natural modern home was designed for a family of 6 in Long Island, New York.
This home highlights the best of bungaloft living: soaring ceilings and an abundance of natural light.
This home is a perfect example of transitional design; the balance between traditional and modern design.
On a beautiful wooded lot in the Mineola East neighbourhood of Port Credit sits this 4,500 sf modern French Chateau.
As a world traveller with an affinity for European style, the homeowner had an extensive list for their one-of-a-kind luxury home: a two-storey foyer, a stately spa-like master ensuite, a massive rear terrace and an indoor 45-foot pool.
This large infill corner lot was developed in a manner that creates both grandeur and privacy.
Nestled in the beautifully matured neighbourhood of Southeast Oakville, this traditional custom home is a reflection of the friendly, family-oriented homeowners.
Having overcome the sentimentality of growing up in the lot’s original home, the current home owner decided she and her own family would redevelop the property to the full advantage of the things she had grown to love; the views, the trees and the familiarity that only time can offer.
Our clients came to us with a request we receive often, "give our home curb appeal".
Inspired by architectural design of the French countryside, this infill house comfortably coexists with a mature neighbourhood in south Mississauga.
Majestically positioned, well back from the street, this house had a charm that steered all program requirements.
The owners’ initial requirements were to create a larger garage and mud room in the front with nanny’s quarters above.
Gracious room sizes and numerous interior architectural design features were all secondary client wishes.
Although a master suite addition was the primary goal, the true success of this project lies in the rethinking of the home’s exterior.
Corner lots allow for the architecture to be on display.
The primary program requirements called for a rear yard expansion to accommodate a new two-storey great room, a master bedroom expansion, and both ground level and upper level porch additions.
Originally constructed in the 1950’s as part of a large planned subdivision of one, one and a half, and two storey homes by the Shipp Corporation, this home was similar to most others in the neighbourhood; a simple “salt box” building form with an attached single car garage.
This circa 1950 bungalow possessed “good bones” but lacked the space required by a growing family.
It is with the use of traditional materials and an understated colour palette that this two-storey home blends nicely with its neighbours.
These before pictures are all too familiar.
The expansion and development of this home was conducted in two phases.
Built in the 1950's this one and a half storey Applewood Acres house was replicated throughout the neighbourhood at the time of original construction.
The design of this infill family home was driven by two guiding forces, the rear yard and the original home to be replaced.
One of eight homes designed by David Small Designs on this street of 16 wide suburban properties, this 5 bedroom, 7 bathroom family home has emerged as a flagship for redevelopment in the area.
To bring the best of cottage living to the suburbs; this was the goal of the homeowners when they embarked on their custom home design.
This was a house constructed with two fronts; the main entry on one side addressing a major street and the garage and “every day” entry on the opposite side off a less travelled road.
This 1950’s sidesplit was given an exterior upgrade while leaving all existing living spaces intact.
The design of Whiteoaks showcases the intersection of formality and comfort.
This renovation project was initiated by a local builder as a speculative development.