These unique industrial abodes offer anything but mass-produced living
Toronto’s former industrial buildings are getting new leases on life — many of them as unique homes. Here’s a look at some of the easy-on-the-eyes hard lofts we’ve featured in DL.
Coastal-style furnishings and several coats of white paint soften a storied home’s industrial bones.
An artist’s Bloordale industrial wonderland is defined by anything but run-of-the-mill design solutions.
How a pair of art aficionados turned a downtown hard loft into a comfortable live-in gallery.
How Jason Dressler and his family applied budget-smart apartment therapy to their once down-and-out 93-square-metre loft in the west.
Transforming an old canning factory in southern Ontario into an idyllic getaway residence and event space.
With Courtyard House, Studio Junction defies conventional wisdom about how residential architecture in Northern climates should look — and feel.