This cabin in Go Home Bay - created by the Canadian firm Ian MacDonald Architect Inc. - demonstrates how the natural landscape can visually anchor the clean lines of Canadian modern sustainable architecture.
In this blog, veteran realtor Steven Fudge of Urbaneer, a Division of Bosley Real Estate discusses five important (and often overlooked) architectural and design details that increase the value of a residential property.
There's a recent arrival to the Toronto real estate market which is still in its infancy but now appearing in the urban core: demolishing ageing freehold houses with newly constructed, contemporary, two or three-unit family-friendly condominiums!
Bay and Gable homes - which can be found dotting the streets of neighbourhoods across Toronto - represent one of the more common architectural styles of the Victorian era, which became popular on this side of the Atlantic at the turn of the century.
Toronto has approved Laneway Housing 'as-of-right' in Toronto. Houseporn.ca's Steve Fudge - a realtor with Bosley Real Estate Ltd. in Toronto - reached out to architecture firm Sustainable for their synopsis on the new Laneway Housing Guidelines.
All aboard the Earthship! Meet Connie and Craig Cook, the couple that built their retirement home out of 1,200 recycled tires! Their Earthship is a testament to the power of efficient, sustainable, and off-the-grid living.