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 […]

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