Annex Coach House Toronto, Canada

 

Annex Coach House
Toronto, Canada 

Tucked discretely down a quiet urban laneway, the original building was part of Moore’s Hearse Livery and used as a vehicle depot. Altered and added to overtime, it was converted into a residence in the 1980s. The only thing left from the livery is the brick walls in the courtyards.

Taylor Smyth Architects, working with William Fulghum Design Associates, gutted the two-storey structure down to the bare studs and enhanced the key features of the residence with a contemporary light-filled interior that incorporates a rich material palette of wood, stone, bronze, and leather. New furniture was selected for all spaces to complement the design. Distinctive wall and ceiling light fixtures throughout the house combine vintage 1960’s pieces with modern ones.

Photo credit: Doublespace Photography Inc.

For more information

 www.taylorsmyth.com












Annex Coach House Toronto, Canada Annex Coach House Toronto, Canada Reviewed by FADED4U on January 14, 2021 Rating: 5

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