Hambly house and Grenadier press roundup

There has been quite a bit of activity on two of our latest (and office favorites) projects both in print and online.

The Hambly house, by DPAI, is a reno of a 1939 art deco house with a rooftop addition.

Hambly house exterior at dusk.

See it on Archilovers, Dwell, Dwell again, Architecture Lab, AEC Cafe, Archdaily, Contemporist, E-Architect. It was also first published on the Globe & Mail a few months ago. We are incredibly proud and excited to see such an innovative and original project get the press it deserves.

Grenadier backyard at sunset.

Grenadier, our latest shoot for Altius Architecture, made it on to the Homes section of the National Post in the "Modern homes rankle homeowners in established neighbourhoods, but do they have to?" article last week.

This shoot was of particular importance as we collaborated with stylist Lynda Felton, who was able to bring the interiors to a level of refinement that really brought the house together in a way that only styling can. 

We are big fans of Altius' approach to residential architecture with their focus on high-performance, functional, contemporary designs. We enjoy shooting every one of their projects.

You can read more on Altius' design philosophy in this Canadian Business Journal article.

Thanks for reading! Stay tuned for further publications of our images.