Warm, homey and decidedly modern
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By Alex Bozikovic from the Globe and Mail
When you renovate a house in Toronto's more established neighbourhoods, the polite thing to do is to hide all the new construction and leave the front facade intact. In fact, that's often a city requirement.
But a Cedarvale house that architect Drew Mandel completed last year takes this impulse one step further: Though Mr. Mandel designed it from the ground up, he put a familiar face on a decidedly 21st-century dwelling....
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