Goldman Architect sees inhabited space not as a series of rooms, but as a unified entity that should promote the free movement of light, air, and inhabitants. Our designs often involve introducing light into what are often narrow, dark spaces confined by walls and corridors.
When considering your design, we are concerned with how light moves through a building over the course of a day. We aim to minimize uninhabited spaces, like hallways and landings, and maximize the potential for lived-in spaces.
Goldman Architect’s goal when designing your space is always to harmonize the variety of often conflicting requirements of your wish list, your budget, the city’s zoning bylaws, and the Ontario Building Code, whether we are reimagining your space as modern and minimalist or carefully renovating your heritage home.
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