I try not to repete content from other blogs but it happens from time to time. With this project from Levitt Goodman Architects I have no problem doing so. I love everything about this conversion inside and out. There are way too many things to list but the collection of mid century modern furniture and the concrete tub are just a couple of reasons to look at this project one more time. Photos by Ben Rahn/A-Frame. More after the jump.

On a street of historic, working-class cottages in Toronto’s west end, adjacent to a railway line and a supermarket parking lot, a vacant auto-body shop may have seemed like an unlikely impetus for a residence with a domestic character. The clients—Debbie Adams, a graphic designer, and Peter Fleming, a furniture designer/craftsman—had a limited budget but considerable talent and resources. Working with Levitt Goodman Architects, the project became a laboratory for artistic collaboration and experimentation. Over several years they have transformed the industrial site into an artful urban oasis.

 

modern remodel conversion interior design mid century

modern remodel conversion interior design mid century

modern remodel conversion interior design mid century

modern remodel conversion interior design mid century

modern remodel conversion interior design mid century

modern remodel conversion interior design mid century

modern remodel conversion interior design mid century

modern remodel conversion interior design mid century

modern remodel conversion interior design mid century

modern remodel conversion interior design mid century

modern remodel conversion interior design mid century

modern remodel conversion interior design mid century

modern remodel conversion interior design mid century

modern remodel conversion interior design mid century

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