Covington Estates, a custom home builder, commissioned us to design this home for 123 Balsam Dr in Oakville.
This home reflects the best qualities of modern design: openness, simplicity and indoor-outdoor connection.
David’s House combines the simplicity of modern design with the comfort and elegance of a traditional home.
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.
Located on a heavily-wooded ravine property in Mineola West, this home takes advantage of its gorgeous surroundings at every opportunity.
This 3-storey modern home sits on a narrow corner lot in Toronto.
This family home finds itself nestled in a steep hillside in southeast Oakville.
This custom home in Mineola East is a true reflection of the friendly, outgoing nature of its owner.
When our client from Colorado approached us with their steep hillside property in Castle Rock, we couldn't have asked for more fitting circumstances.
It is with the use of traditional materials and an understated colour palette that this two-storey home blends nicely with its neighbours.
Clean lines, openness, simplicity – this home highlights the best of modern architecture.
Steps away from High Park and Bloor West Village, this modern home design carefully balances family living with city living.
Located in the heart of Blue Mountain, this modern all-season chalet perfectly encapsulates both the beauty and functionality of natural modern design.
Nestled on a narrow lot in Old Oakville, this modern family home fits in perfectly with the neighbourhood, both figuratively and literally.
This home is nestled into the hillside of Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A Frank Lloyd Wright enthusiast engaged us to design this Prairie Style inspired home on the property he grew up on.
This natural modern home was designed for a family of 6 in Long Island, New York.
A Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie style inspired design located in the suburbs of Edmonton.
Corner lots allow for the architecture to be on display.