A TRUE BLUE ADDITION
Eager to introduce a buffer between his young family’s Mississauga home and the loud street it sits on, architect Joey Giaimo devised a fortifying 40-square-metre addition. “The original house is a strong, simple geometric form,” he explains. “We wanted to complement and contrast that.” Long strips of steel echo the wooden planks of the existing property’s exterior wall, while their bold blue palette gives the modern component novel curb appeal. Continue reading in Designlines Magazine here.