A distinctive north London home is reborn.
Drawing inspiration from the serene landscape , a vibrant couple created their ultimate beach retreat on the shores of Lake Huron
An entertaining cabana addition in Grand Bend Inspired by surrounding lanscape.
Taking advantage of the view along the St Clair River was forefront in the addition and changes to this riverfront home.
Turning a simple cottage into a year round retreat, set on the Lake Hurons shoreline over looking one of the worlds best sunsets.
To take a small century home in the middle of an urban setting and then to modernize and personalize it were the driving forces when the owners purchased this humble home close to The University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario.
This renovation was inspired by two things: the need to retire and to enjoy the north-westerly view of Lake Huron. There was also the need to expand and modernize the family cottage and make it flow for everyday life. Set high on the bank of Lake Huron, the tower was a necessity for the owner’s watchful eye for the day-to-day activities on the lake – “his afternoon watch “…
It wasn’t too long ago when in-ground pools were considered luxury features to a home. Today, they’re almost as passé as central air. Indoor pools are feasible options and can be built into existing homes. Larry and Louise wanted a pool for exercize and wanted it year round, Oke Woodsmith help design and build the addition to their existing home.