Spaces: A Graphic Toronto Home

. Saturday, May 30, 2009

A Toronto 1970s brutalist modern home renovated for the 21st Century. Sculptural classics like the Norman Cherner armchairs, Eero Saarinen Womb Chair, Arne Jacobsen Egg Chair, and Sori Yanagi Butterfly stool, echo the spiraling staircase. And with Maarten Baas Smoke Chair, provide nice contrast to the interior's strong and graphic linearity.

Architects: gh3
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Design Team: Pat Hanson, Anthony Provenzano
Structural Engineer: Blackwell Bowick
General Contractor: Jens Nielsen
Project year: 2006-2007
Budget: US $500,000
Constructed Area: 185.8 sqm
Photographs: Ben Rahn

Via Apartment Therapy, via Design42day


dirtyflaws said...

im dying. this is incredible.

Best Home Mortgage Rates said...

These are great. I mean anyone would love to live in these homes. I am certain that it would be a dream home of many people.

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