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Forget 'traditional': How builders are crafting modernist homes for the modern family

from The Globe and Mail

How do you buy a modern house in Canada? Mostly, you can't. For two generations, the single-family houses offered by builders have been "traditional" — dressed with details that evoke some historic model, whether a Victorian mansion, an Arts and Crafts cottage, a Tuscan hill town, or some odd combination of the three. Yet Canadians have become more engaged with contemporary architecture in the past decade, and this paucity of design has begun to change. First, condominium towers began to shed their period costumes, with interiors and architecture that evoke the spare, well-proportioned ideals of the Modernist movement. more


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