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The subtlety of the architectural gestures – sculpting space with light, utilizing a palette of natural materials, integrating building and landscape – achieves a neverending sense of possibility in this house for art collectors. Photo by Ben Rahn.

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Firm LocationToronto, Canada
Project locationToronto, Canada
Companysuperkül
Lead ArchitectMeg Graham
Design TeamAndre D'Elia, Wendy Wisbrun, Deborah Wang
ClientTracy Wynne and David L. Clark

This project is a nuanced response to a design brief specifying a home that prioritizes the display of the clients’ extensive contemporary art collection. As a container for art, the house offers a rich and engaging experience of discovery, delight and imagination, through the artifacts it showcases and the emotional responses it provokes. The architectural gestures – sculpting space with light, utilizing a palette of natural materials, integrating building and landscape – speak of doing just enough to achieve a neverending sense of possibility that constantly reveals, uncovers and unfolds.