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Conversion of this Bungalow, build in the Sixties, into a Modern Structure was very successful.
The Owner of this home, located in Mississauga, Ontario worked closely with the Architect of Record Hendrik Op ‘t Root Architect ltd. of Toronto, Ontario Canada.
Tinting the existing brick into a shade of black tied the old with the new in a harmonious fashion. The modern garage addition, old garage master bedroom conversion, and spa bathroom addition created the modern look. Sensitivity to the grading, and landscaping
tied the inside and outside spaces together.

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Successful Bungalow Conversion







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