Zen – contemporary villa is clad in Japanese porcelain tiles, teak wood and European stucco. It is situated on ”cul de sac” oversized lot. Photo by Fotografia Inc. www.stevenmiric.com  Infinity edge pool runs alongside with house‘s most elaborate elevation of  cantilevered living room and 3 story staircase atrium. Photo by Fotografia Inc.  www.stevenmiric.com Private ravine lot allowed for transparency. Imposing 4 story glass wall like structure expends to its full potential, still in balance and good proportions with nature that surrounds it. Photo by Fotografia Inc. www.stevenmiric.com Gio Ponti – Brazilian made dining room chairs and glass chandelier from Biot,France create backdrop to panoramic views of downtown Toronto photo by Hans Fonk www.objekt.nl ”Walking Woman” by Michael Snow and Sonabient sculpture by Harry Bertoia  highlight  open concept living room space. Dining room features “Black” by Ron Martin and several art pieces by General idea. photo by hans Fonk www.objekt.nl “Marilyn Monroe eye” art by Tony Scherman is installed on sycamore clad wall. Glass library walls are framed by Macassar ebony arches. Photo by Hans Fonk www.objekt.nl Hugues Chevalier daybed upholstered in Manuel Canovas coral velvet, compliments Michael Snow oversized “Walking Women“ painting. Entrance is grounded with Pierre Chareau iron and alabaster chandelier with General Idea “Macaroni TV” in the background. photo by Hans Fonk www.objekt.nl living room setting featuring Fortuny lamp, Campana brothers Favala chair and Antonio Citterio sofa is visually separated by Harley Valentine sculpture Photo by www.perkristiansen.com Rietveld chairs are paired with Ligne Rose sofa and Turkish puff. Built in wall unit features zero clearance gas fireplace. Photo by www.perkristiansen.com Cubist inspired, this lime stone façade has oversized metal windows. House itself is imbedded into ravine, visually appearing more imposing and grander. Photo by Fotografia Inc. www.stevenmiric.com European stucco clad house is live – work residence. Facing private wooded ravine it allowed for cascading terraces, while large windows are helping house to appear less massive and more voluminous. Photo by Fotografia Inc. www.stevenmiric.com Transparency  to this urban villa, cantilevered over the river, is enhanced with geometric arches and reflective pools. Situated in park like setting, villa appears as a sculptural installation. Photo by Fotografia Inc. www.stevenmiric.com Created as addition to the existing bungalow, this  is black and white homage to Brazilian mid–century modern architecture. Addition itself, culminates with two story atrium wrapped around with cascading reflective pools. Photo by Fotografia Inc. www.stevenmiric.com Sloping topography is enhanced by Earth Inc. landscaping allowing for long clean planes to create origami like elevations. Photo by Fotografia Inc. www.stevenmiric.com Elevated from wrap around reflective pools, this 2 story atrium features  simplified finishes of concrete, metal and glass. By night, it gives illusion  of a floating lantern. Photo by Fotografia Inc. www.stevenmiric.com
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STUDIO PYRAMID INC. : Architecture, Interior Design, Decoration

Studio Pyramid Inc. is award winning, Toronto based, multidisciplinary company with aim for originality and design integrity. SP talent for envisioning exceptional environment is equal only to their ability in bringing them vividly to life. SP has collaborated on the designs of both residential and commercial projects - from a Caribbean beach house to an Istanbul pied-a-terre, Charter bank headquarters to editorial offices of a National newspaper organisation, a Laguna Beach winter retreat and grand residences in New York, Beverly Hills, Miami and Toronto. SP’s portfolio features elegant, inviting design which is luxurious but always functional. This respectful approach to design is grounded in their love of classical proportions combined with audacious color combinations. SP quest for unique and original furnishings and art, has ensured them a loyal client base around the world. SP work has been featured in both Canadian and international publications including TV such as: Objekt magazine and Objekt International, Interior Design, Architectural Record, Wallpaper, FP Japan and Wind Japan, Better Homes India, Domus Ukraine, Globe and Mail, National Post, Toronto Star, Collections Magazine, Canadian Interiors, Azure, Toronto Life, Style at Home, Canadian House and Home, Huffington Post, HGTV and City TV. They are active supporters of non for profit organisations Machik and Eat my Words.

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