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In the west end of Toronto, this new home release a small 1919 bungalow. This project creates a strong precedent for future development in this transitioning neighbourhood.  #solares #sustainablehouserenovations

In the west end of Toronto, this new home release a small 1919 bungalow. This project creates a strong precedent for future development in this transitioning neighbourhood. #solares #sustainablehouserenovations

Exterior of Pape Village, a passive and active solar home by Solares Architecture

Exterior of Pape Village, a passive and active solar home by Solares Architecture

Choose Solares for architectural services with amazing design, affordable and ensures energy efficiency.  #contemporaryhousedesign #contemporaryhomes

Choose Solares for architectural services with amazing design, affordable and ensures energy efficiency. #contemporaryhousedesign #contemporaryhomes

Toronto West House - the steel siding provides a cost effective durable shell while maintain a similar look to the other houses in the neighbourhood.

Toronto West House - the steel siding provides a cost effective durable shell while maintain a similar look to the other houses in the neighbourhood.

Exterior of Pape Village, a passive and active solar home by Solares Architecture

Exterior of Pape Village, a passive and active solar home by Solares Architecture

Our House, newly painted white! Passive Solar Design | Sustainable Building | Solares Architecture

Our House, newly painted white! Passive Solar Design | Sustainable Building | Solares Architecture

Cedarvale Ravine - This renovation marks one of the first LEED for Homes certified projects in Toronto, with a projected rating of Platinum. Located on beautiful Cedarvale Park, this 1930s bungalow has been transformed into a high-performance, low-maintenance family home. Main living spaces are situated at the back to take advantage of views of the ravine. The master suite is nestled amongst the mature tree canopy giving this home a feeling of a rural retreat within the heart of the city.

Cedarvale Ravine - This renovation marks one of the first LEED for Homes certified projects in Toronto, with a projected rating of Platinum. Located on beautiful Cedarvale Park, this 1930s bungalow has been transformed into a high-performance, low-maintenance family home. Main living spaces are situated at the back to take advantage of views of the ravine. The master suite is nestled amongst the mature tree canopy giving this home a feeling of a rural retreat within the heart of the city.

Exterior of Pape Village, a passive and active solar home by Solares Architecture

Exterior of Pape Village, a passive and active solar home by Solares Architecture

Front porch of Pape Village, a passive and active solar home by Solares Architecture

Front porch of Pape Village, a passive and active solar home by Solares Architecture

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