Great renovation of a contemporary living residence had been done by Dubbeldam Design Architects. This architectural firm architects have designed a contemporary addition and renovation to a 100-year old home, located in Toronto, Canada’s Cabbagetown neighbourhood. Beautiful theme applied to this modern house renovation that designed with plenty of natural light to soothe the oncologist and with sensible sustainable features for the environmentalist. The size of this Cabbagetown Residence is 2,300 sq. ft. nice place to live, provides shelter and comfortable Living Place.
At the front of the house, the compact living and dining room are a transitory zone, with crisp white walls and classic modern furnishings, accented by dark hardwood floors and the original crown moldings, fireplace mantle and staircase. Beyond this area the house was gutted and reconfigured with a modern and open design that connects the house both in plan and in section and washes the formerly dark, Victorian interior with natural light and “views” from all angles, allowing an awareness of the changing weather and seasons to permeate into the heart of the house.