Unique design of Toronto's townhome The Tree House

Plans for a new Toronto townhome brings cutting-edge design.

July 10, 2014 |

Multi-family homes continue to become more popular as demands to rent over buying rises. Though more are being built across North America, not many have innovative design infused in them.

Then in comes the Tree House, a townhome designed by Winnipeg-based 5468796 Architecture for the partnership of Symmetry Developments, Fortress Real Developments and Engine Developments, planned to be built at 2535 Gerrard Street East in Scarborough, Toronto.

The current plan (above) is the second draft, Urban Toronto reports, which means it may still be tentative. By comparing it with the first design by the same firm (below), it seems like the developers wanted an even more cutting-edge façade that plays with mass and dimension.

 

 

 

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