Monthly Archives: December 2010

Making use of a useless space

It amazes me sometimes what architects add when designing a space. The bedroom in a recent project I completed at SOHO Metropolitan had a small nook on one wall about 5 inches deep. It was basically unuseable space with no … Continue reading

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Adding an island adds definition

I do a lot of condos, almost exclusively, and what I’m finding more and more (more so with the newly built ones) is that the kitchen, living and dining areas are simply housed in one large square room with the … Continue reading

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Colour contrast can add visual interest

Normally I’m not a fan of colour contrast. I find that contrasting colours is a significant contributing factor to a space feeling small. A room with a red sofa against a red wall will not feel as small as a … Continue reading

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