As a lover of architecture, landscape, design, products and all things real estate - not to mention an extremely proud Canadian - I've built my career in the shelter industry renovating, designing, developing and marketing unique urban spaces in the City of Toronto.
Although this site is an extension of my personal fascination and exploration of the importance and meaning of Home in our contemporary culture, it's also a vehicle for Canadian housing students to earn extra cash researching and writing about Architecture, Landscape, Interior Design, Housing Products, and History of Art & Architecture in Canada. I pay students for stories on our country's jaw-dropping contemporary and historical domiciles, breath-taking residential landscapes, dazzling interior designs, Canuck-made products, and stellar real estate offerings while they're completing their studies.
And they often ask where I live.
So here's some snaps of my now completed Movie House Pad - which was the third adaptive reuse conversion I was involved in back in the mid 1990s - though this newest renovation is just a few years old.
If you're interested, you can read about on my entire journey renovating this space on my urbaneer site in the category called Renovating The Movie House Loft.
It's not the only renovation I've done. Here's Rejuvenating The Button Factory - my first conversion of a former textile factory into 13 loft townhouses back in the mid-1990s.
And here's my six year journey transforming a dilapidated triplex tenement in Charlottetown, PEI into a luxury vacation rental called The Tales Of Upper Hillsborough!
Or follow my newest endeavour elevating a 1960s purpose-built duplex called Tales From Tennis Crescent!
Or consider following my blog on housing, culture and design at urbaneer.com!
Have questions about unique urban spaces or Toronto real estate? You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Steven Fudge is the purveyor of houseporn.ca