40_R Laneway House : Superkül Architects
40_R Laneway House
Superkül Architects
A.D., June 8, 2009
40_R Laneway House by Superkül Inc/Living room.
40_R Laneway House by Superkül Inc/Living room.


The conversion of an industrial shed to a single family home in midtown Toronto makes a case for a strategic approach to urban sustainability and revitalization, additional density in the City’s laneways, and smaller footprint living.

Architects: superkül inc
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Principals: Andre D’Elia and Meg Graham
Project Architect: Drew Sinclair
Construction Manager: Boszko and Verity Inc
Structural Engineer: Robert E. Brown Associates
Mechanical Engineer: GPY + Associates Engineering Inc
Constructed Area: 75 sqm
Year: 2008
Photographs: Tom Arban Photography / Lorne Bridgm


40_R Laneway House by Superkül Inc/Kitchen
40_R Laneway House by Superkül Inc/Kitchen


40_R Laneway House by Superkül Inc/Terrace
40_R Laneway House by Superkül Inc/Terrace


40_R Laneway House by Superkül Inc/Facade
40_R Laneway House by Superkül Inc/Facade


40_R Laneway House by Superkül Inc/View.
40_R Laneway House by Superkül Inc/View.


40_R Laneway House by Superkül Inc/Street's view
40_R Laneway House by Superkül Inc/Street's view


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