At Home in the Hills
A compound of historic buildings and fishing ponds makes an idyllic gathering place for family and friends.
A Mono farmhouse was loved, nearly lost, then loved again.
How design can make a house a home with pattern language.
An interlocking construction technique redefines the notion of prefab.
This Mulmur house was designed from the ground up with healthy living in mind.
The owner knew from the start that she wanted a small stone house and looked for two years before learning of this one from a friend in the area.
A Sunday drive in the hills took a surprise turn, leading a Toronto couple on a delightful journey into the past.
An abandoned stone church in Caledon is blessed with a second life.
Solving a mystery was just the first step in transforming a tired Pan-Abode into a contemporary, eco-friendly dwelling.
The established trees shield the entrance to the house and provide natural shade where trillium, May apple and wild anemone flourish in the woodland garden.
The kitchen design was influenced by the eclectic kitchens of rural southern France.
Built like a little village, this house encompasses two visions of home.