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.

Hot to Trot
In rural Canada, an architect imports an American typology to create a year-round refuge rooted in the landscape.
A Park Rises in the Shadow of a Toronto Highway
Parks are popping up in all types of surprising places.
A 1930s Tudor Home Brightens Up in Toronto
A Toronto couple remodel their home with a special emphasis on a spacious kitchen and a material-rich bathroom.
An Off-Grid Home That Relies on the Sun and the Wind
A rural house in Ontario doesn't fuss around and fits right into the surrounding landscape.
Two Seats Are Better Than One
Designer Thom Fougere plays with scale and typology to create playful furniture.
Don't Let the Sign Fool You, This Old Storefront is a Home
A creative couple transforms an old Toronto storefront in Dundas West into a home and studio.