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Chalet Blanche: A Convivial Space with A Simple and Pure Architecture and Raw Concrete Base

As a convivial space, Chalet Blanche is designed with a simple and pure architecture for the clients in a modern fashion. This cottage is located in La Malbaie’s Terrasses Cap-à-l’Aigle, Canada with an awesome landscape of Charlevoix. Completed in 2016 by ACDF Architecture with 4275 pi2 in size, this building sits on a raw concrete base.

Double Duplex: Alternative Housing Models with Brick Expressionism and A Dynamic and Spatial Integration

Created in response to the cities’ growing need for alternative housing models, this Double Duplex infill project is completed by Batay-Csorba Architects in 2015 for the Mada Group Inc with 6,800 sqft in size. Located in Toronto, Canada, the rich and textural facades of the building can be created by combining some elements including Brick Expressionism. It is also a project that represents awesome strategies for dynamic and spatial integration of interior and exterior.

Glebe Residence: An Addition and Full Interior Renovation of a 1890’s Single-Family Residence

Glebe Residence is located in the southern portion of Ottawa known as the Glebe, just 2 blocks from Lansdowne Park and bounded by the Rideau Canal, Canada. Designed by Batay-Csorba Architects, it is a 2013 project of 1,500sf addition and full interior renovation to a beautiful 1890’s single-family residence with 2,200sf in size. For Wilson Family, this house offers light shafts and visual relationships between rooms with an introverted private roof garden.

Garden Rowhouse: A Combination of Three Homes Horizontally with An Expansive Open-Plan Floor Plate

It is a pre-construction project located in Toronto, Canada with 3,600 sqft in size. Designed by Batay-Csorba Architects, Garden Rowhouse is designed to fill a void in Toronto’s housing market. The development of this rowhouse combines three homes horizontally instead of vertically with an expansive 48-ft-wide open-plan floor plate boasted by each home.

Baby Point Residence: A House Renovation/Addition with Warm Tones and Original Exterior

Baby Point Residence is a 2019 project of a house renovation/addition by Batay-Csorba Architects located in Toronto’s Baby Point neighborhood, Canada. The project consists of the addition of a kitchen and master bedroom suite, opening up of the existing layout, re-organization, and structural renewal. The residence spaces are not only warm but also rich. The original exterior of the stucco and stones of the house also has been kept intact.

Bird Loft: The Renovation and Addition in the Context of Traditional Industrial Loft Living

A durable yet playful loft residence is also provided by this house through the white and grey accents, polished concrete floor, custom-built white oak kitchen millwork, and solid surface counters. The floor and some parts of the house wall come in grey, adding a more elegant look to this house interior.

Micro Lanehouse: A Modest Laneway House with Creative Storage Spaces and Light, Natural materials

The strong indoor-outdoor relationship can be created with strategically placed skylights and windows. This relationship allows light to enhance user comfort and filter throughout the modest dwelling. A warm atmosphere also can be inserted into the house spaces with the natural light and provide a brighter feeling to the house interiors.

Modern Farmhouse: An Elegant Farmhouse with Simple Lines and Humble Materials

Located in the rolling foothills means this home can have a lot of advantages from its site, especially the landscape. The green plains and beautiful hills able to turn this home into a perfect place to relax and enjoy nature. The dark exterior look makes this home can be recognized easily as a unique living place.

Fogo Island Shed: A Simple Timber Shed with Contemporary Forms and A Local Archetype

The shed space is designed around the notion of ‘slow eating’ and also intended to foster a social approach to dining with a long table set alongside the open plan kitchen. The chefs and guests can be found in the same space, creating an intimate dining space that brings flavors, smells, techniques, and ingredients to life.

Fogo Island Inn: A Five-Star Inn with Timeless Piece of Architecture and Wood Material

The interior of this five-star inn is a combination of modern and elegant design, created by blending one element to another element. The interior surface is dominated in white through the white curtains, walls, ceiling, and floors. The long and narrow windows allow the guests to enjoy the awesome views right from their own rooms.