I'm taking notice of the variety of architectural styles in Toronto – particularly on one street in my sister's
neighbourhood. For someone who's accustomed to being around Brooklyn's brownstones or taller apartment
buildings, the idea of free-standing houses seems pretty novel in an urban setting (although the city does
have it's share of it's own row-house style, Victorian buildings). Toronto has many quiet suburban-like
neighbourhoods right in what's considered "downtown." I documented a few of them (all on one street).
Adorable, right? I might have to find one to call my own...
This one is still under construction – reminds me very much of west coast architecture
This might be the smallest one on the block! Love the trellis entrance.