Thoughtful space design

A wine collector’s Queen West Infill

A cantilevered glass box filled with wine and a layered marble and ribbed metal fireplace double as striking works of art in this Queen West residence. The mix of walnut and sleek grey stone with modern furniture evokes the client’s cool, sophisticated nature while a clean white palette with steel and glass accents add a light and airy gallery vibe.

Info

  • 2,500 ft² Residence
  • Toronto, ON
  • Infill Townhome
  • 3 Floors
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms

“I can’t tell you the look of awe that people have as soon as they enter the room – it never gets old.”

Owner

Multi-level layout with an impressive focal point

A cantilevered glass box filled with wine serves as much as a conversation piece as it serves a functional purpose, tying the lounge and dining room together. The flow of the space allows for multi-level entertainment, literally.

Material Highlights

The materiality of wood, stone, glass and metal work to achieve a pleasing authenticity in this open loft space where one light-filled area flows into the next.

“I love wine, so the idea of having a floating wine cellar that’s visible from so many different angles in the home made a lot of sense, even if it was an ambitious undertaking. It connects three rooms with endless intrigue and conversation.”

Owner

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