Cedarvale Ravine House by Drew Mandel Architects
by Ted Savage / February 20, 2013
In a unique urban-meets-wilderness setting, Toronto's Cedarvale Ravine House by Drew Mandel Architects employs a cantilevered second floor extension to transition from typical urban mid-town residential on the street-facing side, to a floating window onto undeveloped woodlands in the protected Cedarvale Ravine that unfolds behind.


The limited palette of stone, walnut, and concrete keeps the focus on nature. An insulating green roof above the kitchen accommodates a family vegetable garden. Via ArchDaily. Photos: courtesy of Drew Mandel Architects.


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