Out Now: What’s Inside our Sustainable Design Issue
Check out our latest issue to see creative laneway homes, green condos, sustainable floor and lighting picks, plus cool kitchen inspiration.
Toronto embraces laneway life..finally! Check out our 2022 Sustainable Design issue for insights into laneway homes, green condos and sustainable products. Our cover story embodies the beauty of the garden suite: this gabled zinc and ebonized wood house by architect Steven Fong is discreetly tucked into a Midtown backyard. In our new Travel + Design section, we visit the Everly Inn, a sustainably built retreat in Prince Edward County.
You’ll also find…
A cool laneway house in Corso Italia by architect Gabriel Fain that literally bent over backwards for a neighbouring tree.
Solares Architects’ green-build house in Parkdale that’s both a laneway rental and a workshop.
Artist and architect RZLBD‘s doomsday clock, and a landscape architect’s tips for a thriving green space.
Plus, a roundup of sustainable lighting, flooring and kitchen picks.
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