2 Keane Ave. Toronto - CANADA
To draw a housing where comfort, modernity, functionality and maximization of the space occupation can reign, guaranteeing that it is intensely lived in the past and in the future, and also resolving the necessities of those who come to inhabit it.
The single-family two storey Whitangle exhibits formal and material sobriety, as a result of a game between the volume and subtraction of walls, where the ratio and metrics delineate the interior and exterior space.
This white concrete “skin” volume opens into windows to the street and is in this wall where the color is introduced by the shape of white wooden laths aligned in parellel, with horizontal orientation.
All white volume, installs as one single piece, pretending apparently dense and compact, although it partially opens into three of the four sides.
Date: April 21, 2015