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This transformative intervention to a home in midtown Toronto comprises a complete renovation and addition to the second and third floors. Comprised of an open-concept bedroom and luxurious bathing area plus ensuite, this is a refuge, a place of hushed serenity away from the demands of busy careers and frenetic urban life. A strategy to promote an enhanced connection to nature and landscape includes an immense south-facing window that stretches floor to ceiling, wall to wall. White oak predominates: its warmth and pleasing grain registers in the floors, walls, ceiling and millwork. In complement, black steel is utilized as a framing element, and matte black light fixtures adorn the wall and ceiling. Handmade Moroccan tiles in a muted pink and white geometric pattern line the floor beneath the bathtub and sheathe the privacy wall – forming, in effect, a striking mural that reflects the vast number of significant artworks in the house.
Designed by superkul Inc.
Location: Toronto, Canada
Photos are courtesy of supercul Inc.
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