Compass House video by A-Frame

Pleased to share this short video that A-Frame Studio shot of our Compass House project.

Video | superkül + Oben Flats on the Standard of Dwelling

Daniels Standard of Living Video

Standard of Dwelling brought together three Toronto-based architects and the developers they work with to present on a recent innovative residential project. Each pair explored a different housing type, allowing the discussion to cover a variety of urban housing typologies — from the condo tower to the townhouse. Principal Meg Graham, and Julian Battiston, president and co-founder of Oben Flats were presenters and discussed the studio’s residential explorations including recent work with Oben Flats as well as various residential typologies in Toronto. Check out the video for more details!

Check out our Proper TV project flipbook

 

For more information on Proper TV, please visit https://superkul.ca/projects/proper-tv/

a look inside rain gravity heat cold

 

For more information on rain gravity heat cold, please visit https://superkul.ca/projects/rain-gravity-heat-cold/.

Scotiabank Ecoliving Award Finalist Video | Active House

Meg Graham and Andre D’Elia discuss the advances in residential development that superkül was able to achieve in the design of Active House, in this video for the 2014 Scotiabank EcoLiving Awards. The Scotiabank EcoLiving Awards is a national awards program that recognizes businesses, entrepreneurs and students for excellence in the development of home energy efficiency products, services and solutions.

Glen Road House | Kitchen Tour

 

See how superkül designed a multi-functional island with storage on both sides, maple cupboards to conceal small appliances, a light-filled dining room with atrium above and a slatted white oak staircase wall that adds texture and dimension to the long, open-concept space at our Glen Road House project in this video by Canadian House & home.

Treehugger – A conversation with superkül principal Meg Graham

In our conversation, Meg discusses the laneway house, a new house in Mulmer (north of Toronto) for an environmentally sensitive client, and her favourite places in Toronto.

Source: http://www.treehugger.com/sustainable-product-design/buildup-to-greenbuild-a-conversation-with-superka14l-meg-graham.html

40R Laneway House Remodel by superkül

John and Matthew profile a remodeling project by Toronto-based architecture firm, Superkül.

 

A Detailed Look at a Toronto Infill House

John and Matthew highlight the design details of a Toronto infill house designed by Toronto based, Superkül Architects.