the junction shadow house by post architecture keeps getting more press and is now recognized by dezeen a top toronto home interiors for 2016 among others such as drew mandel, rzlbd and +tongtong. it also got two full features on dezeen and archdaily, just a few weeks ago. it was nominated for the building of the year award on archdaily and we hope that it makes it past the first round as finalist.
we are truly passionate about design and we love collaborating with designers who have an elevated design sensibility. the practice of everyday design is one such collective. we collaborated with them in 2014-2015 for the photography of the dunn house. not only their design skills are amazing but they're also a pleasure to work with and are happy to now count them amongst our friends.
the dunn house has been published multiple times since it was shot, the latest of which was just a few days ago in the globe. this time, the article tells the story of how the project came to be. even we learned some interesting anecdotes about the house that we had not heard before!
on seasons and photography, where rvltr explains why planning ahead a photoshoot is important.Read More
Cities such as Hamilton are rapidly growing and being designed to accommodate the sheer influx of people moving to the downtown and surrounding areas. This is a reversal of the strategy of the 1950's when the United States and Canada preferred to build cities around highways to promote easier travel and automobile use. Thus, today the surrounding areas of Toronto (Hamilton, ON in this case) are becoming more architecturally sound, interesting and diversifying the neighborhoods. The Hambly House by DPAI and Toms + McNally featured on the cover of Canadian Architect this month is a prime example of bridging the gap between old and new. Further reading HERE!