Contemporary New Build in Oakville
When our clients read Jane Gadd’s article in the Globe and Mail about healthy and accessible homes, it took them over a year to reach out to us. Having very specific needs and desires required thorough research and inward searching. Eventually they had decided on rebuilding an existing split level into a new highly energy-efficient, light-filled, and spacious home.
Our experience with healthy materials allowed us to guide them through the design process to develop a home to be passed down through generations. A grand living, dining, and kitchen space was designed for all generations of family to entertain, play, and spend quality time together.
Sustainable features include: high clerestory windows that spill light into the 2-storey central hallway; in-floor radiant heating throughout the house; a highly insulated building shell, and a fully accessible ground floor.