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I would like to introduce you to Mazen El-Abdallah, an interior designer from Toronto who has seriously got it going on. In these photos you will see how Mazen has modernized and stylized 2 very small Victorian rowhouses (the first is a 900 sq ft, the second is 11 ft wide) and made them seriously cool. The entryway in the photo above is perfection and going in my inspiration folder. (Photos by Angus Fergusson and Michael Graydon)
Montreal's la SHED architecture is a force to be reckoned with. This group of super talented Canadians create gloriously modern spaces out of old relic homes (and build new, but their transformations are shockingly goooood) and their clean-lined, unpretentious designs are a big hit in my books. I particularly like the stunning white interior cabin in the Laurentians as seen in the first few photos below. I'm going to be keeping me eye on these guys.