Bala Line House graces the cover of Canadian Architect
27 June 2014

Bala Line House graces the cover of Canadian Architect

“One of the most striking features of the house is the sliding east window wall at the rear of the house, which blurs the distinction between interior and exterior space. This absence of boundary is further enhanced by the wraparound condition at the corner, where the north wall of glass also pulls away, creating a completely eroded corner that captures even more expansive views of landscape and sky. On the day of my visit, the children were running and jumping between the backyard and living room, moving effortlessly in and out of the two spaces as if they were one.”

Leslie Jen writes a compelling description of the Bala Line house in Toronto, highlighting the integration of the house and the site.