Collection by Allie Weiss

Contemporary Homes in Canada by an Innovative Firm

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Toronto-based practice superkül celebrates 10 years of practice with a new book.

Titled Rain, Gravity, Heat, Cold, the limited-edition monograph highlights the firm's innovative work in Canada and beyond. Focusing on the practice's unique approach to light, space, and energy, the book spotlights forward-thinking residential projects, some of which have graced Dwell's pages. Read more about a smart, green prefab by the firm in our July/August 2015 issue.

In the Kensington Market district in Toronto, the Gradient House features gray cement board cladding and corrugated...
The +HOUSE in Mulmur, Ontario maximizes views of a scenic pond with 14-foot high glazing.
The narrow Marlborough House, situated on an infill lot in Toronto, features a three-story void in the center that lets...
The Mineral Springs house consists of a modern 1,000-square-foot addition to a farmhouse that's clad in Cor-Ten panels.
Located in the Thousand Islands archipelago, the Reed's Bay House is a simple, comfortable residence modeled after a...
The SHIFT cottage on an island in the Georgian Bay, divided into two volumes, features a simple geomtric shape and...
With one half covered in light brick and the other in ipe, the SPLIT house in Toronto reveales two distinct...
In Bracebridge, Ontario, this cedar cabin with slatted wood screens treads lightly on the land.
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