Neighbourhood reaction has been overwhelmingly positive, says Ms. Moore, which might be because this isn’t one of the “official” streets of the Beaches neighbourhood, “like Balsam [and] Beech, where there’s sort of an expectation that you’ll maintain a certain Craftsman [style], whereas this street is a real mish-mash.” (Shai Gil /Shai Gil Photography)

Architect Drew Mandel updated a traditional Edwardian house in Toronto, near Lake Ontario, to look modern and cozy.

<p>This project involved the extension of an existing house.<br /> The existing house was a 1960s dormer style cottage, located within a woodland context and bounding the shores of Lough Derg.</p>  <p>The design concept was to transform the existing cottage while retaining its form, and integrate it with the design of a new contemporary extension.<br /> The result is a collective of forms which help integrate the dwelling within its context, by bre...

<p>This project involved the extension of an existing house.<br /> The existing house was a 1960s dormer style cottage, located within a woodland context and bounding the shores of Lough Derg.</p> <p>The design concept was to transform the existing cottage while retaining its form, and integrate it with the design of a new contemporary extension.<br /> The result is a collective of forms which help integrate the dwelling within its context, by bre...

For this project planning where based on an existing farm. The size was 2900 with a large open living dinning space. Keeping within the cluster of farm buildings.

For this project planning where based on an existing farm. The size was 2900 with a large open living dinning space. Keeping within the cluster of farm buildings.

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