Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Loft lusting...



It seems here in Toronto, that every other day a new condo building has sprung up. Dozens of glittering mirrored towers currently litter the city skyline, and all seem to blend together at times. But every now and then, a new development comes along that takes a different form and really piques my curiosity. The West 40 Residences were converted from a Neo-Gothic cathedral and exquisitely designed with beautiful fittings (- look at that kitchen!) One of my pet peeves with so many modern condominiums is the lack of character and soul in the space, this project definitely isn't lacking on either of those fronts. (How much more 'soul' can you get than a converted cathedral?) I'm completely smitten, and now dreaming up all sorts of concocted lotto winning schemes that would see me moving in...









{All images: West40 Residences}



4 comments:

Lisa said...

Oh wow, that bathroom... this is gorgeous. There are some condos going in to a former church near us on Annette street and I am so curious to see inside!

faye said...

wow! i love the atmosphere

How2home said...

I love the exposed bricks inside a home! Makes the space looks so cozy! The bathroom is stunning!

painting contractors Denver said...

First class is the fitting description for that condo unit. Not only does it display perfection but it sure builds all sorts of ideas for homeowners who want a renovation. I find the countertops very much inviting for a good dessert. The high ceiling has this look of an old church where my parents were married. Such a sight! Much appreciation and applause I give to the designers and Escapade, who posted this!

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