Originally built in the 1970’s, the Russell Hill Road House was recently renovated by Toronto-based GH3 Architects. Initially conceived as an open-plan, brutalist style structure, the home underwent several remodels that divided its large central spaces into small, dark rooms. GH3 returned the home to its conceptual roots, reopening the entire ground floor, creating a loft-like space with no interruption from front to back. A fully glazed wall at the rear of the house affords residents views of the bordering ravine. Stark white walls contrast an ebony stained wood floor throughout the uncluttered interior. A dramatic, sweeping staircase defines circulation between floors and allows light to travel from one level to another.
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