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EDITOR’S MESSAGE

In the publishing world we are often looking ahead, thinking of spring flowers and sunny days when the snow is on the ground and the skies are dark and grey, and envisioning crisp burnished leaves, comfort food and the latest cozy throws while the summer sun is blazing and the beaches are full. Renovation projects are similar in that the ideal time to plan and look for inspiration is often months ahead of when you ultimately want to be enjoying your new space—in fact, it should be. So what are you waiting for? We’ve packed our Home Renovation issue full of superb ideas and expert tips, leaving you with loads of encouragement and no excuses. Homes & Living has been doing a bit of renovating as well—the start of a new year is the perfect time to freshen things up—and we are excited about everything we will be bringing to you throughout the coming year. You will soon discover new features on architecture and architects, both locally and from around the globe as we look at the people and the thought processes behind the structures that shape our landscape. Old favourites have received a bit of remodelling as well—Words on the Street has become Community Character as we expand our focus to more broadly explore our urban roots; looking at both the history behind our communities and what makes them significant to us today. And our Designer Profiles now reflect our partnership with the Interior Designers of Canada

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(IDC) as we highlight their talented members in each of our markets. At this time of year I find that most people are looking to revitalize their lives, be it their personal well-being, their relationships, their careers or their homes and surroundings—I know it’s always been that way for me. I’m not sure if it’s because we’ve made resolutions for the new year ahead of us, perceiving it as a fresh start or a clean slate, or because nature renews itself every year and will soon be full of colour and warmth again, wiping away the sepia tones of winter; perhaps it’s natural for us to want to renew aspects of our lives as well. Regardless of what you may want to renovate in your life or why, if you’ve been thinking about it for a while, perhaps now is the time. Sincerely,

Michelle van der Merwe, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

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FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS ANDREA COX

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CLAUDIA KWAN Claudia Kwan is a Vancouver-based journalist who works in all mediums. Over the past decade, she has reported for outlets such as the Vancouver Sun, Global Television, CBC Radio, and openfile.ca. While she still loves chasing down breaking news, a significant part of her heart is reserved for her love of stories involving real estate, food and wine.

GOODY NIOSI Goody Niosi is a former film director, scriptwriter and editor. She has been writing for newspapers and magazines since 1990 and also has six published books to her credit including The Romance Continues, the biography of well-known artists Nixie Barton and Grant Leier. She lives in the countryside on Vancouver Island where she is working on her next book.

LISA MONFORTON Lisa Monforton has been an editor and writer for magazines and newspapers across Canada for more than two decades, including the Hamilton Spectator and the Calgary Herald. Based in Calgary, she’s written on subjects that range from her extensive travels to food and drink, health, homes and personality profiles.

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CONTENTS HOMES

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34 FEATURE HOME HOMES 24 FAR OUT HOMES: GRANGEGORMAN RESIDENCE Breakout House in Historic Dublin By Goody Niosi

34 DESIGNER PROFILE: COREEN RILEY Timeless Designs That Tell a Story By Seema Dhawan

38 FEATURE HOME: THE ROSEVIEW A Quiet Sense of Luxury By Claudia Kwan

51 HOME RENOVATION SECTION By Ben Vorst, Lisa Monforton and Val Rosenthal

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CONTENTS LIVING

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LIVING 18 CELEBRITY PROFILE: PROPERTY BROTHERS Hungry to Fix Up Your Dream Home By Nora O’Malley

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46 EXPRESSIONS: LOUIS HELBIG Clouded Conversations By Ben Vorst

74 EPICURE: RENOVATION GASTRONOMY Eating Well Amidst the Chaos By FARM Restaurant

86 COMMUNITY CHARACTER: SUE HIGGINS PARK Where Community Spirit is Strong By Danielle Metcalf-Chenail

88 DESIGN DISTRICTS: DEERFOOT MEADOWS Uptown Décor in the ‘Burbs’ By Lisa Monforton

106 WEB EXCLUSIVES By Jaclyn Dean and Doug Parkhurst

112 LOOKING FORWARD

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CELEBRITY PROFILE

EXCLUSIVE NEWS AND INTERVIEWS

WORDS BY NORA O’MALLEY

PROPERTY BROTHERS

DREW AND JONATHAN SCOTT

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The Property Brothers’ childhood home was on a modest ranch in Maple Ridge, British Columbia. Classic Charles Russell paintings hung on the walls. Brown shag carpet flowed on the floor. And thick wood furnishings propped up an eclectic mix of western memorabilia. “When my Dad first came over from Scotland he worked as a cowboy on a lot of heritage ranches in and around Alberta and British Columbia, so the house had a lot of cool things that he picked up over the years,” says 35-year-old Jonathan Scott. On one very lucky work stint in Banff, their Dad met and charmed an intrepid woman from Ontario—she was the trail cook at the time. “They got married, they had us, and 53 years later my parents have now retired and moved back to Banff where they first met,” says Jonathan.


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HARD-WORKING. HANDSOME. HUNGRY TO FIX UP YOUR DREAM HOME.

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FAR OUT HOMES

ASPIRATIONAL GLOBAL DWELLINGS

WORDS BY GOODY NIOSI PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROS KAVANAGH, BARBARA CORSICO AND ODOS ARCHITECTS

GRANGEGORMAN RESIDENCE BREAKOUT HOUSE IN HISTORIC DUBLIN

When the owner of a terrace house on an established Dublin street decided to build a contemporary home on the lot next door, he didn’t have much space to work with—the lot was confined and narrow. He also didn’t have an immense amount of money—about 180,000 Euros was his limit. Despite those constraints he got a house that turns heads and had people knocking on his door for weeks after he moved in; some protested against the break in tradition but most commented on the home’s simple beauty. Darrell O’Donoghue, a partner in ODOS architects in Dublin, said the house almost built itself; that the parameters were well defined. What makes it unique, he said, is the context. “It’s a period part of the city. It’s right beside a terrace of period structures and the opposite side of the road is the same. You put that building in a different context and it might not stand out as much.”

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That assertion is arguable. The street elevation can resemble a straight cube with anodized aluminum siding but with the quick turn of an indoor hand crank, a panel slips back, and perhaps another one, to reveal enormous windows that glow with light in the evenings. Opening or shutting panels changes the façade of the house; it’s as though it is a moveable piece of modern art. The client, a motorcycle enthusiast, wasn’t even interested in a new home when he began looking at the property beside the house where he lived. He wanted a garage for his bikes. O’Donoghue suggested that a simple garage was not the best use of the space—why not put living quarters above it? And so it was decided. The client’s demands were simple—keep it contemporary. “It was a fairly free hand that we were given,” O’Donoghue said. “It was refreshing. Normally clients have very strong opinions about what they want.”


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LOCATED IN A HISTORIC AREA OF DUBLIN, THE GRANGEGORMAN RESIDENCE IS PROOF THAT A HOME DOESN’T HAVE TO BE LARGE OR EXPENSIVE TO BE UNIQUE.

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FEATURE HOME

WHEN IT COMES TO DESIGNING A HOME, THE LOT IS OFTEN THE INSPIRATION.

Such is the case with this brilliant one and a half storey walkout in one of Calgary’s prominent southeast neighbourhoods. The home orchestrates a seemingly effortless detente between old world charm, sublime serenity and modern convenience while basking in the natural surroundings and beautiful views offered by the lot. The Roseview graces a ridge overlooking the Bow River Valley, which spills onto an environmental reserve and offers spectacular views of the Rockies to the west and the downtown skyline to the north. Although located in an established area the lot had remained empty and the owners, who lived nearby, had coveted it for what seemed like an eternity. So when it finally went on the market two years ago, they scooped it up in a flash. “When the owners first brought me to the site I thought, ‘Wow, I can’t believe there is still a lot

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like this left in the city,’” recalls Mark Kwasnicki, president and founder of McKinley Masters. He would know; the company boasts a compelling portfolio of residential work throughout the city. To create their home the owners brought on a collaborative team which included McKinley Masters and their in-house design team, along with Suzette Toews, principal at Interior Evolution Inc., who worked with them to select the finishings for the home. Recent empty nesters, they wanted to capture the views and create an ease of living that fit their changing lifestyle—entertaining family and friends was tantamount. Although they had very clear ideas about how they wanted to live, the design was an ever-evolving process. “We designed the house so that the owners would use all of the rooms,” says Kwasnicki. “There really isn’t any wasted space.”


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WORDS BY ANDREA COX PHOTOGRAPHS BY MEL BUSCHERT

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SOURCE INDEX EDITOR’S MESSAGE

Can’t get enough of Homes & Living magazine? We are pleased to offer our readers even more educational and inspirational features to enhance your home and life in-between issues. Below is a sampling of more great articles that can only be read in full online.

SHADES OF GREEN: ECO-FRIENDLY HOMES BY JACLYN DEAN Thinking about building a green home and don’t know where to start? Whether you’re renovating or building a home from scratch, our experts have some tips for building sustainable homes that will help make the earth a happier place to live.

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CELEBRITY PROFILE

Page 18-23 Photography provided by: Cineflix Productions: Property Brothers, cineflixproductions.com; Cineflix Productions: Buying & Selling, cineflixproductions.com; Dennys Ilic, dennysilic.4ormat.com

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Page 24-32 Architecture, interior design, light planning and landscape architecture by ODOS architects, odosarchitects.com; Construction by SHALE Construction; Photography provided by Ros Kavanagh, roskavanagh.com; Barbara Corsico, barbaracorsico.com; ODOS architects, odosarchitects.com

DESIGNER PROFILE: COREEN RILEY

Page 34-36 Interior Design by Coreen Riley, Within Design Inc., withindesign.ca; Photography by Marie-Hélène Bilodeau, mhbphoto-graf.com

SPRING INTO HAPPINESS BY JACLYN DEAN Want to be happier? There are so many stressors today that it can be difficult to develop a fresh perspective on life. Learn about some of the building blocks for a healthier mental state to help you blossom with peace.

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Pages 38-44 Photography provided by Mel Buschert, melbuschert.com All suppliers listed to the best of our knowledge, provided by McKinley Masters: Home Builder: McKinley Masters, mckinleymasters.com; Interior Designer: Suzette Toews, Interior Evolution Inc., interiorevolution.ca

EXPRESSIONS: LOUIS HELBIG

Page 46-48 Photography by Louis Helbig, louishelbig.com

HOME RENOVATION SECTION

HOME RENOVATIONS FOR SENIORS BY DOUG PARKHURST Our population is aging and that presents families with many challenges. And when seniors desire to stay in their own home or reside in yours, renovations may be necessary to improve access and ensure their safety. Get expert advice on what tax credits may be available for these types of renovations.

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Page 51 Home Renovation Section Cover: Designed by The Brooklyn Design Company, thebrooklyndesignco.com; Photography provided by The Brooklyn Design Company; Photography by Emily Gilbert, emilygilbertphotography.com Page 52-56 A New Lease on Life: Completed renovation by Klondike Contracting, klondikecontracting.com; Photography by Ema Peter Page 58-61 Project Paint: Page 58 Exclusive Plum by Sherwin Williams, sherwin-williams.com; EMILIE Bergère armchair by Roche Bobois, roche-bobois.com Page 60 Breath of Fresh Air 806, Aura Interior Eggshell by Benjamin Moore & Co., benjaminmoore.com; Photography provided by Strategic Objectives, strategicobjectives.com Page 62-64 Cocooning in the 21st Century: Page 62 Luxury theatre and Dark Knight media room by Elite Home Theater Seating, elitehometheatreseating.com; Home gym and man cave by Albi Renova, albirenova.com Page 64 Wine cellar by Albi Renova, albirenova.com Page 66-68 Open Concept Floor Plans: Lofty View, completed renovation by My House Design/Build, myhousedesignbuild.com Page 70-72 Scrap or Salvage: Page 71 Brick books provided by Light Reading Melbourne, LightReadingMelb@gmail.com; Pallet shelf provided by Katrin Arens, katrinarens.it; Headboard provided by {pineplace}, pineplace.com; Page 72 Designed by Lyndsay Caleo and Fitzhugh Karol of The Brooklyn Design Company, thebrooklyndesignco.com; Photography provided by The Brooklyn Design Company; Photography by Emily Gilbert, emilygilbertphotography.com

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H&L’S ANNUAL HOME RENOVATION SECTION

YOUR GO-TO GUIDE FOR IMPACTFUL HOME RENOS

Even well planned renovations are disruptive so it’s easy to put them off until a ‘better’ time. Generally that time is when you are less likely to want to utilize the space you are updating. You don’t really want to spend the summer designing and building your new deck when you could be using it to entertain friends and family on a warm summer evening, right? In that case, now is the best time. Work on your interior projects so you can play outside later and organize your outside projects so you can start as soon as the weather allows. Still looking for inspiration? We’ve got 22 pages of it for you, along with great tips to update your home.

Section cover photo. Reinstalling old materials—like original ceiling beams exposed during a renovation—keeps your home from losing its roots. Design by the Brooklyn Home Company. Photography by Emily Gilbert Photography.

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WORDS BY LISA MONFORTON, VAL ROSENTHAL AND BEN VORST

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LOOKING FORWARD

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