Cecconi Simone Inc. designed the ‘Trinity Bellwoods Town + Homes’ in Toronto, Canada.
Description from the architects:
Cecconi Simone designed the model for “Trinity Bellwoods Town + Homes” by Urban Capital Property Group and Shram Homes. Showcasing intelligent, contemporary interior design, the model imparts a progressive brand identity to this infill development in downtown Toronto, Canada.
Cecconi Simone conceived the interiors and custom fixtures for the three unit types within the community – 4.1 meter-wide, 4.6 meter-wide and 5.8 meter-wide. The ground level and third floor of the 4.6 meter unit are represented in the model, in a clean palette of white, black, walnut and yellow.
Custom millwork, with alternating closed and open storage, spans the full length of the ground level, generating a continuous, horizontal band of solids and voids. The stair, behind floor-to-ceiling glazing panels, kitchen island tower and integrated exhaust hood introduce modulating elements of verticality.
Subtle millwork details in the kitchen – rare in this market segment – include zero-edge Corian counters, a slotted shelf for standing dishes, back-painted seamless backsplash, floating cabinetry, LED lighting and integrated appliances. A built-in bench in the dining area is complemented by an integrated ledge in the living area, both with storage below.
The master suite encompasses a sleep area with outdoor terrace, a dressing room/wardrobe and a five-piece ensuite bathroom. In the sleep area, a custom walnut-laminate sleep unit incorporates a bed, side tables, sofa and display niches with LEDs. The ensuite contains a specially-designed vanity with integrated white Corian sinks, counter and backsplash and open and closed storage cabinets in white and walnut laminate. Custom wall-mounted medicine cabinets are accessed via a pivoting mirror.
“Trinity Bellwoods Town + Homes” is differentiated from more conventional and retrograde residential projects in Canada via leading-edge design. As proof that Canadians are ready, indeed, for innovative homes, all 45 townhomes were sold in just five months and at higher prices than the developers anticipated.
|Firms||Cecconi Simone Inc.|
|Project Developer||Urban Capital Property Group, Shram Homes|
|Photography||Joy von Tiedemann|