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In the new 2,770-square-foot apartment, original I-beams brace the structure at dramatic angles and collide overhead,...
Uncovering the original concrete surfacing of the columns, which are unusually thick thanks to the building’s original...
Don preferred closed cabinets for his kitchen but Dennis didn’t want doors swinging out.
The kitchen in the brother’s unit is bright and fun with a backsplash made of painted glass.
The stools are from Crate & Barrel. The Hobsons chose a geometric-patterned glass tile backsplash by Island Stone.
The alleyway extends into a full kitchen, where meals can be prepared right beside family gatherings.
An enormous bi-fold door from Sun Paradise peels back to open the upgraded kitchen-dining area to a new raised terrace.
For the master bathroom, Moser installed a green marble bath top and green onyx floor tiles.
For the kitchen, Tyler hired David Restorick, a furniture maker and friend, to build an island for storage and to wrap...
Sleek fixtures and appliances—including a Flanke Impact sink, Bosch oven, and Electrolux fridge — complement custom...
The kitchen features a Henrybuilt kitchen system and quartz countertops.
Block It OutSeeking an inexpensive way to create a screen effect between the bathroom and bedroom, Novak-Zemplinski and...
Nix and Novak-Zemplinski designed the black-steel bookshelves and had them fabricated at a local metal shop.
In a 1920s building on St-Dominique Street in Montreal, formerly a factory for canned soup, a sleek apartment for a...
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