A Modern House in Toronto Finds Common Ground
I came across a really interesting article in Custom Home Magazine recently about an infill project in the Moore Park neighborhood of Toronto surrounded by 1920's era homes, very similar to the context of the Starter Home 2.0 project. The challenge being to design a contemporary home that plays nice with its neighbors and leaves the urban fabric stronger than they found it. I believe the Moore Park project does exactly that and it is great to read about the architect's design approach. Here is a link to the full article as well as a slideshow of the home.