Alex Bozikovic is a Toronto based writer and editor for the Globe and Mail and frequent Dwell contributor. While interviewing Studio Junction's Christine Ho Ping Kong and Peter Tan, the architect-residents of the Courtyard House, he was impressed by the couple's remarkable DIY chutzpah and became inspired to try a major project himself. Someday. Maybe.

A Toronto Alley Is Reanimated With An Apartment and Studio Pop-up
The Burley Friedman Laneway House by LGA Architectural Partners follows a growing trend to bring life back to alleyways...
“Bossy Marble” Meets Memphis Verve in This Sculptural Toronto Home
Odami revives a 1930s residence with crisp finishes and curvaceous forms.
Designer and Artist Tom Deacon Goes Back to the Drawing Board to Re-Renovate His Home and Studio
You’ve probably sat in one of his office chairs, but his revamped Toronto residence is more about art than ergonomics.