The Ravine Residence by Cindy Rendely

Built on a double lot on one of the many ravines located in and around central Toronto, the house was designed for a private, communal family lifestyle, with a rear façade that opens up toward the ravine, essentially turning its brick-and-aluminum-clad back to the street. One of the most delightful aspects of the design is the feeling of being immersed in the landscape, with it's seasonal changes, through the extensive use of glass. This is a house that certainly doesn't need too much artwork on it's walls.

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