Designed by Design and Architecture Studio (DAAS), CGRV House has a high-performance facade that works as an interactive and engaging canvas. Sits in an established neighborhood of Calgary, Alberta, integrated exterior blind systems are applied on this house envelope.
A prototype project by Alchemy Architects, Cawaja weeHouse is a two-module weeHouse that was built outside of Toronto. It is a prefab weeHouse prototype that has 14’ wide modules. Privacy and heating efficiency can be gained by closing off either module.
Completed in 2020 by Batay-Csorba Architects, High Park Residence becomes a place of refuge and also a solitude for an Italian couple to retreat. Located in Toronto, Canada with 3,500 sqft in size, the design of this house is a homage to the clients’ Italian heritage and also Toronto residential building fabric.
It is a renovation and addition project by Batay-Csorba Architects located in Toronto’s Baby Point neighborhood. Completed in 2019 with 5200 ft² in size, Baby Point Residence is also filled with custom furniture designed by local Toronto designer Heidi Earnshaw.
Located in Toronto, Canada with 4,000 sqft in size, the aim of this project is to convert a building into a four-storey single-family residence. Hazelton Residence 1 is a 2014 residential project by Batay-Csorba Architects for Davis/Vesely Family as a client.
Completed in 2013, it is a project of a 1,500sf addition and full interior renovation to an 1890’s single-family residence by Batay-Csorba Architects. Designed for the Wilson Family, Glebe Residence is located in Ottawa, Canada and it has 2,200sf as its original size.
Started in 2009 and completed in 2010, Van Rosendaal Residence is designed by Marc Boutin Architectural Collaborative for two ’empty-nesters’ who are avid community volunteers and also nevertheless very involved in the raising of their extended family. The design of this house is a simple and efficient volume while the main floor is experienced as an integrated and open space that lends a generosity of experience.
Completed in 2007 by Marc Boutin Architectural Collaborative, Roxboro House is a family residence designed for a couple and their two children. This house sits in an inner-city site, an established neighborhood that is well connected to nearby urban amenities in Calgary, AB. The design concept for this project features a simple form: a hovering wood-clad volume.
Designed for a couple and their bicycles, Brookfield House is a single-family home located in Toronto. This project is a total reconstitution of a simple Toronto brick home in the inner-city site. The program also includes a fully equipped bicycle workshop for the clients’ bicycles.
Active Houses: A Holistic Approach to Home Design with Environmental Responsibility and Energy Efficiency
Designed for Great Gulf by Superkul, Active House projects are setting new sustainability standards for residential development in Canada. The aim is to meet the construction metrics outlined by the program by the European Active House. It is a holistic approach to home design with environmental responsibility and energy efficiency.