Residential (8)

Ewing Residence New Country House

This project involved the design of a new “Queen Anne” style, 4,200 square foot residence on an existing farm. The farms existing house was felt to have heritage value in the are and
was retained and redesigned as a studio/workshop. The plan takes advantage of views  over the site as well as sun exposure. The house was placed behind the existing farmhouse to maintain its character and to protect the new house from the road to the west.


Young Residence Additions and Alterations

This project provided an addition and alterations to an existing two-storey Victorian house in Georgetown, Ontario. The design brief included the provision of a new Kitchen, Breakfast Room, and WC in a single storey addition. The design reflects the Victorian proportions of the existing building  in current building materials without copying the existing details.


Pacevicius Residence New Country House

This project involved the design of a new 4,500 square foot residence on a wooded ravine site north of Georgetown. The plan takes advantage of views from the site while allowing for maximum privacy from a lot previously developed to the west. The house was placed as far as possible to the rear of the site to protect it from the road to the north and to be as close to the existing ravine as the Conservation Authority would allow.

The project reached completion of the Design Development stage when various exterior materials were explored. The final choices included a stone base, stucco top and metal roof.