The Mjolk House is named after its location. Although found in the great city of Toronto, Canada, it rest above the store of the same name, which is comprised of works and products from creatives hailing from Scandinavia and Japan. With this in mind, it comes as no surprise that the Mjolk House is as contemporary and chic as it is.
Filled with light wood accents, white walls and modern furniture, the interior of the Mjolk House contrasts quite starkly with the Victorian exterior of the building. Yet as Design Milk points out, "The designers were meticulous in balancing even the slightest details between their commitment to preserve a historic retail frontage, and their task to recreate a contemporary program for the space."
Modern Wood Apartments
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Distinct Brick Residences
Intricately Staggered Wall Churches
Cloud-Like Latticed Structures
Timber Boat Wine Facilities
Wonky Slanting Grid Pavilions