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Made possible by our in-house service offerings, this in-depth review provides insight in to the major components of your project from a high level view, and provides clear steps forward to determining the feasibility of your requirements, and achieving them.

Our team will assess and review the following project components with you:

  • The Role of Sketching, Sun Studies, and 3D Design
  • Zoning By-Laws
  • Lot Grading and Natural Features
  • Custom Home Design Process and Proposal Review
  • Interior Design Process and Proposal Review
  • Permit Timelines

You will receive the following:

  • Zoning Study
  • Custom Home Design Proposal and process
    Breakdown
  • Interior Design Proposal and Process Breakdown
  • Detailed Construction Cost and Scope of Work
    Breakdown (If Applicable)
  • Clients:

Contemporary Tudor Revival

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The Contemporary Tudor Revival project is a home that Jesse has been working on for a client with a prestigious lot in Etobicoke for several months. Jesse’s only intention with his home was to bring a sense of timeless charm to the neighbourhood that walks a fine like between the historic proportions and origins of this ages old style, and his well known contemporary flare. Oddly enough, this is Jesse’s second project in this node of Etobicoke. In his usual fashion, there is no one single feature that you would point out as being “contemporary”, instead it is a range of minor refinements to details that are impactful as a whole. The result is a quaint and luxurious home that will characterize the Princess Anne Manor neighbourhood for years to come.

The exterior features a limestone material with a “white” hue composed mainly of large format blocks. The exterior stone design also features mid and top of wall banding details that Jesse specifically designed to have a “sleek” effect on the front facade, starkly contrasting other more traditional features. The blend of both these sleek stone details and historically accurate design details is Jesse’s way of giving a “nod” to the original design style. Some of these historically accurate details include the arched doorway, a slate roof, intimidatingly tall chimneys, and bay windows clad in trim features.

The exterior features a limestone material with a “white” hue composed mainly of large format blocks. The exterior stone design also features mid and top of wall banding details that Jesse specifically designed to have a “sleek” effect on the front facade, starkly contrasting other more traditional features. The blend of both these sleek stone details and historically accurate design details is Jesse’s way of giving a “nod” to the original design style. Some of these historically accurate details include the arched doorway, a slate roof, intimidatingly tall chimneys, and bay windows clad in trim features.

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