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Mind-blowing Mansion for Sale in Toronto for $22 Million
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blogTO — “Beautiful things take time, and a Toronto mansion at 11 Thornwood Rd. took seven years to build. So, one could call it a knockout.”

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Enchanting Dichotomy
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Living Luxe Magazine — “The South Rosedale Landmark estate known as "Horsman Hall" is a result of the flawless and seamless intersection between mesmerizing modern design and extravagant heritage charm.”

A Classic Toronto Edwardian, Now In Technicolor
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Design Line Magazine — “How a renovation and riot of colour flipped the script on a dour, century-old home.”

Drool-worthy Home Workspaces
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Toronto Star — “Tom and Jennifer Cumming made the professional space in their basement more official by undertaking a substantial renovation, which included digging out a stairwell to provide a separate entrance, creating space to collaborate with others and designing a dream office that was totally on brand.”

Favourite Room: The owners of this Toronto house have turned their turret into a library
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The Globe And Mail — “Last June they returned to a contemporary kitchen/family room on the main level, and a new master bedroom, ensuite, laundry and guest bedroom on the second. The turret is there, too, and packs the most punch of any room in the three-storey house.”

10 Best Residential Projects Of 2015
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Azure Magazine — “Counterpoint House, built in 2014, gains a spot in our 2015 best houses list for its elegant materials, beautifully resolved finishes and ingenious touches. This urban house maximizes light and flow with a large south-facing clerestory window, and an effortless floor plan.”

A Leslieville Brownstone Taken Back To The Future
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Designlines Magazine — “Many of the built-ins also gesture, subtly, to the angular nature of the house. The quartz-topped kitchen island is positioned to complement the diagonal wall, and the guards on the stairwell – made from medium-density fibreboard instead of glass to prevent fingerprints – have trapezoidal shapes, much like the addition.”

Great Spaces: A Yonge And Eglinton Home That’s Designed To Age Gracefully
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TorontoLife.com — “…The resulting space, on a leafy street near Yonge and Eglinton, feels like a swanky yoga studio minus the mirrored walls.”

Renovations That Add Value To The Home
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The Hamilton Spectator — “Kitchens top most people’s home renovation lists, and it’s also the room most likely to grab a purchaser’s attention…Many homeowners are opting to remove walls to expand the kitchen and create an open-concept living space.”

Renovation Awards Recognize GTA’s Best
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Toronto Star — “SevernWoods’ winning project started out as a simple kitchen reno and ended up being a completely redesigned main floor and partially renovated second floor.”

Attention To (Green) Detail
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Green Building & Architecture Magazine — “Completing a successful green renovation of an older home is easier than most people think. Look no further than the finished product at 66 Elmwood Avenue in North York – a 1950s home transformed into an award-winning example of teamwork between the homeowners, the architect, the builder and individual […]

Building an award-winning home within the shell of a neglected Victorian gem
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National Post — “After enlisting SevernWoods Construction to lead the complex renovation process, it was decided to fully gut the home… ‘We sought to recreate an authentic Victorian aesthetic, albeit updated for today’s life…’”

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