Dubbeldam Architecture + Design's Skygarden house project embodies an urban eco aesthetic and is located in the heart of Toronto, Canada. The spacious, open concept home is consistently bathed in sunlight and boasts striking balcony and patio spaces.
Measuring 2,420 square feet in size, this city home boasts a glass-accentuated facade that lets an abundance of natural light in. The residence is compact yet spacious, offering interesting nooks and corners that are accented with angular roof detailing.
While the home's living room, kitchen and dining areas are compartmentalized to maximize function, its bedroom is designed to mimic a serene countryside oasis despite of this home's metropolitan location. The eco urban abode is also home to green house-inspired areas that blur the lines between interior and exteriors spaces.
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