A Young Couple’s Escape into Striking Wooden Elements by Dubbeldam Architecture.
The newly reformed residence for a young couple in Toronto, Canada spreads 4,334 and 1,640-square feet in its 2 separate buildings. Originally a historical rental property, this expanding family hopes to call it home.
Featuring an open floor plan throughout the first building offers easy access across the sections. A dignified deck conjoining the 2 structures allows more chances of enjoying smooth interaction between the whole family.
Adorned with leading varieties of balmy voluminous wood and cool cement paneling, aligned clean lines and heaps of wide window openings endorses the abundance of the natural view and light flow effortlessly throughout the house.
A lustrous marble kitchen with a matching island centerpiece is presented, joined by an accessible dining area that exposes the center courtyard deck, matching the relaxing minimalistic qualities so prevalent in the exquisite bed and bath rooms.
This 3-story, 2-in-1 estate commemorates a modern, contemporary, and sophisticated ambience that successfully awards a warm inviting welcome to its occupants. Contributing to this feat is the harmony between the merging of marble and wood.
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Photography by Tom Arban and Bob Gundu.