RESIDENTIAL BUILDER IN TORONTO
This three-storey Victorian home on a stately tree-lined street was completely transformed to create a luxurious owner’s suite on the upper floors. Punctuated with skylights and raised rooflines, the space is fresh, airy and awash in natural light. DXT Studio carefully chose materials and finishes that patina over time to translate the home’s century pedigree to the modern era.
This contemporary home is a collaborative effort by INTOR Founder, Philip DeBarros and his wife, designer and stylist Alanna Davey. Featured in Designlines Magazine, the modern aesthetic was achieved by repeating shapes and sharp, clean lines throughout. Custom details abound, from the Calacatta marble waterfall-edge island in the kitchen to the solid quartersawn white oak staircase connecting all four levels of the home.
This detached home had already been lived in for several years before the owners decided to dramatically expand the space with a third floor addition to accommodate their growing family. We maximized ceiling height on every floor, starting with a basement underpinning, and large windows and sliding doors flood the space with natural light, transforming it into a bright and happy forever home.
Designed by Alanna Davey, this sprawling home was fully renovated and outfitted with herringbone oak floors, inlaid “area rugs” of custom marble tile, a spacious new chef’s kitchen with linen-textured cabinetry, and a show-stopping glass-walled wine cellar.
This classic urban dwelling is as contemporary and beautiful as it is practical and efficient. Well designed and full of light, there is just enough of the unexpected to make it uniquely special. Loved by families for nearly a century, developer 3FiveSix partnered with INTOR Construction to revitalize and modernize its poise and utility for a few more generations to make memories in.
One of Toronto’s leading real estate brokers turned to INTOR Construction and designer Sarah Townson for a bespoke update to her home in the prestigious Lawrence Park neighbourhood. Two original bathrooms were outfitted with tailor-made millwork, Italian marble, and luxe plumbing fixtures that honour the home’s traditional architecture.