Project Update

July 6, 2018

Leaside Residence Underway!

Lewitt Construction are heading up the construction of this 2,000 sq/ft new build home in Leaside, Toronto. After dealing with a series of shoring issues as well …

June 6, 2018

Finishing up…

We’re really excited to announce the completion of our Queen West Residence. The project came together really well with the assistance of Lewitt Construction and all of …

February 20, 2018

Queen West Update…

Our Queen West Residence continues to progress well. The windows are now installed and spray foam is complete to the exterior building envelope. The contractor is now …

February 20, 2018

2nd Floor Framing Underway

Our Ravine Renovation continues to move along nicely. The second floor framing is underway which has really changed the dynamic of the original single storey bungalow. We …

September 15, 2017

Move-in Ready…

Our clients at our Roncesvalles Residence are now moved in and enjoying the home. We’re excited to get finished photographs soon, but in the meantime as the …

September 15, 2017

Schematic Concepts…

We’ve recently been working on schemes for a new private residence in Prince Edward County. The images depict all three schematic concepts that are currently under consideration. …

September 13, 2017

A Few New Renderings…

Here are a few of the latest interior renderings of our Leaside Residence. We are currently finalizing the last few details for the permit submission and hope …

September 22, 2016

Grey Highlands Residence Taking Shape

Steel is going up at our Grey Highlands Residence project. This defines the airy main living spaces and gives a sense of the overall shape of the …

September 7, 2016

Ravenna Addition

Our wonderful clients sent along these photos of their project as it nears completion. We worked with them to create an addition that expands the living space …

August 30, 2016

Schematic Design Renderings…

Here are a few updated schematic design renderings of our Leaside Residence. Things are coming along nicely with the main spaces and overall aesthetic intent pretty well …