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Toronto House Addition and Renovation

To be completed 2019

Location: Toronto, Canada

Area of addition: 140 sqm / 1,500 sqft

Area of renovation: 75 sqm / 800 sqft

The project includes a new rear addition plus basement, as well as renovation of the existing detached single-family house, including underpinning of the existing basement.

The ground floor includes a large mudroom, powder room, pantry and two living areas. The larger area has an open kitchen, dining and sitting area with fireplace, with a large window onto the back yard. The second floor has a master bedroom with ensuite bathroom, plus two bedrooms and a second bathroom. From the bright, double height stairwell, a lateral stair leads up to the bright, open concept attic space.

The asymmetrically sloped roof of the addition gives the attic the needed headroom while allowing for natural illumination of the main stairwell through skylights. The slope matches that of the existing roof, thereby visually integrating new with old.

Beaches House Addition and Renovation

Completed 2015

Location: Toronto, Canada

Area of addition: 56 sqm / 600 sqft

A three-storey rear addition, including a new kitchen and bedroom with fireplace and built-in window seat, as well as partial re-cladding of front elevation.

Designed with re:Built Developments

House Interior

Completed 2014

Location: Krakow, Poland

Area: 80 sqm / 861 sqft

Interior design for new two-storey two-bedroom house. The project included minor renovations, a new stair, kitchen, two bathrooms, interior finishes, lighting strategy, custom millwork and furniture selection.

Clean lines and a subdued colour palette create a feeling of calmness and airy brightness.The finishes include lots of white, with silver oak hardwood floors and matching ash doors. Walnut veneer was used in millwork for accent, with furniture to match (Sadu bedouin textiles, with lots of red, also providing colour accent). The kitchen used modified IKEA cabinets with custom walnut veneer fronts and a granite countertop. Hidden cove lighting was used in the bedrooms and bathroom. Glass block and glazed doors maximize natural light. Custom millwork included a special display case for a collection of antique dallahs (Middle Eastern coffee pots) as well as a door fitted with a laser-cut Arabic pattern.  

Studio Apartment

Completed 2007

Location: Krakow, Poland

Area: 39 sqm / 420 sqft

The new studio apartment was designed with flexibility in mind - the possibility of separating the sleeping area from the living room and open concept kitchen, using sliding panels. The lighting strategy avoided ceiling lights so as to maximize ceiling height. Different lighting effects and moods could be created, including indirect cove lighting and lights inside shelf niches. 


Bathroom and hallway renovation

Completed 2010 (Toronto, Canada)

A corner bathtub with steps turns into shower stall and wood finishes bring warmth and a sauna feel

Completed 2008 (Krakow, Poland)

Butcher block wooden sink countertop designed to accommodate washing machine

Completed 2007 (Krakow, Poland)

Working with a slanted ceiling, a bright and airy bathroom was created by merging separate bathroom and WC into one

Completed 2014 (Krakow, Poland)

Glass block wall in shower stall brings in natural light from adjoining laundry room window

Completed 2014 (Krakow, Poland)


Modernist-inspired kitchen renovation

Completed 2015 (Krakow, Poland)

IKEA kitchen cupboards with custom walnut veneer fronts and granite countertop

Completed 2014 (Krakow, Poland)

Kitchen renovation using IKEA kitchen system

Completed 2012 (Toronto, Canada)

Sketches for large IKEA kitchen combined with custom millwork and finishes / Designed with re:Built Developments

Under Construction (Toronto, Canada)

Kitchen design using custom millwork

Completed 2007 (Krakow, Poland)

Study drawings for design of large kitchen using cast concrete and wood / Designed with Donaghy + Dimond Architects

2007 (Dublin, Ireland)