The renovation of a residence for a younger couple in Toronto


Home in Toronto, Canada, designed by Dubbeldam Architecture + Design

Dubbeldam Architecture have designed the renovation of a home for a younger couple in Toronto, Canada.

Home in Toronto, Canada, designed by Dubbeldam Architecture + Design

The backyard of the residence has a multi-degree wood deck.

Home in Toronto, Canada, designed by Dubbeldam Architecture + Design

Inside the house, a whitened oak wood screen with clear and translucent panes, defines the vestibule or small foyer. The focal point of the living room is the horizontal fireplace and custom mantel over, which allows the owners to show their treasured pictures and artifacts.

Home in Toronto, Canada, designed by Dubbeldam Architecture + Design

A little alcove with 3 windows, makes it possible for loads of light into the living area.

Home in Toronto, Canada, designed by Dubbeldam Architecture + Design

Constructed-in seating up coming to the dining spot is helpful when huge groups are visiting.

Home in Toronto, Canada, designed by Dubbeldam Architecture + Design

A central walnut-clad half-wall, both separates and connects the cooking and eating spaces, with an opening utilised for show and a bar counter.

Home in Toronto, Canada, designed by Dubbeldam Architecture + Design

In the kitchen, a statuario marble island and backsplash offer a richness to the sleek aluminum cabinets.

Home in Toronto, Canada, designed by Dubbeldam Architecture + Design

The huge doors and windows enable a normal movement of movement and line of sight from within to out, wonderful for backyard entertaining and carefree monitoring of children.

Home in Toronto, Canada, designed by Dubbeldam Architecture + Design

A monumental 13 foot extended island is the centerpiece of the kitchen.

Home in Toronto, Canada, designed by Dubbeldam Architecture + Design

A staircase with glass and wood railings, prospects you to the different floors of the residence.

Home in Toronto, Canada, designed by Dubbeldam Architecture + Design

The master bedroom is made up of a sunlit seating spot created into the house’s existing turret, exactly where windows on all sides supply views of the surrounding community from the third floor.

Home in Toronto, Canada, designed by Dubbeldam Architecture + Design

The ensuite bathroom on the third floor, has a freestanding oval-shaped bathtub, supplying a strong focal point in the space.

Home in Toronto, Canada, designed by Dubbeldam Architecture + Design

The bathroom also attributes full height doors opening to a sun deck floating in the tree tops.

Home in Toronto, Canada, designed by Dubbeldam Architecture + Design

There’s also an extra bathroom in the residence, that features a floating vanity.

Home in Toronto, Canada, designed by Dubbeldam Architecture + Design
Photography by Tom Arban and Bob Gundu

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