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first_imgArchDaily Adesso Design “COPY” Photographs:  Revelateur Studio Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Millgrove House / Toms + McNally Design Millgrove House / Toms + McNally DesignSave this projectSaveMillgrove House / Toms + McNally Design Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/879824/millgrove-house-sanam-samanian Clipboard Landscape: 2017 Architects: Toms + McNally Design Area Area of this architecture project Mechanical: Houses Electrical:Keith Seguin EngineeringMillwork (Kitchen, Bathroom & Dining Room):Cranberry Hill Kitchens, Ellen PrestonSeptic:Amec Foster WheelerContractors:Keith Strub Construction (concrete), Entz Brothers Construction (carpentry), CMS Electric (electrical), G&A Masonry (masonry), Vipond (sprinklers), Cranberry Hill Kitchens (millwork), Shademaster Landscaping (Landscape), Cardi Construction (Earthwork), Praxy (zinc siding), Inline Fibreglass (windows), Barber Glass (glass guards), Caswell Maintenance (roof), Green Method (mechanical).City:TorontoCountry:CanadaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Revelateur StudioRecommended ProductsDoorsSaliceSliding Door System – Slider S20DoorsSky-FrameInsulated Sliding Doors – Sky-Frame ArcWoodBruagBalcony BalustradesWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsText description provided by the architects. For Toms + McNally Design, Architecture is a response to context. Millgrove House, located in rural Hamilton, sits on a property that contained an abandoned apple orchard, and a hay-growing farm for local use. Situated between mature treelines and forests, the site is gently rolling. As a result, the design strategy was to use the topography in order to maintain a modest appearance from the street while providing a spacious home for a middle-aged couple with four adult children.Save this picture!© Revelateur StudioSave this picture!PlanSave this picture!© Revelateur StudioA place to live in comfortably, entertain and grow older, the house aims to accommodate their expanding family including the grandchildren. The kitchen, dining and living rooms—the spaces in which they cook, spend time and make memories together—are the focal points of the of the house. These spaces are combined in one generous volume capped with a sloped douglas fir roof rising to the south, opening up expansive views of the meadows and forests. The lower level—a walkout made possible by the topography of the site—is kept almost entirely column free, keeping it bright and not obscuring views of the landscape.Save this picture!© Revelateur StudioIn addition to building a house that responds to the context and unique lifestyles of the client, the team at Toms + McNally Design experimented with how space is defined and used natural materials and day lighting to bring joy to the residents. Using natural materials was very important to the client, thus the palette for the project includes three types of wood (douglas fir roof beams and deck, walnut and white oak flooring) as well as limestone, and zinc. Moreover, the use of high quality materials, including stone, resulted in a high level of sustainability with low maintenance requirements as the building matures.Save this picture!© Revelateur StudioThe Mechanical System includes Geothermal cooling and heating as well as central boiler for in-floor heating and domestic hot water. To add to the home’s energy efficiency, the windows respond to their exposure (ie, north is different than south), deep overhangs provide passive shading, heat is provided through in-slab piping, and double stud exterior walls allow for continuous insulation. The Electrical System is comprised of LED lighting with solar panels on the roof of the nearby accessory building. Structurally, the foundation and the basement are in concrete with a post tensioned concrete beam at the main level; wood stud structure frames the main level with Douglas fir beams and tongue and groove decking on a concealed steel frame forming the main central volume. In addition to the wood, limestone (from quarries near Owen Sound) is used throughout the project as cladding, exterior hardscaping, interior tile flooring, and surround the real wood burning fireplace. Dark grey zinc flashings and wall panels give the building a polished, sophisticated appearance.Save this picture!© Revelateur StudioThe team, at Toms + McNally Design, collaborates with their clients to creatively respond to their project and its unique characteristics. They see problems as opportunities, combining context, space, and a respect of materiality and environment to create enduring architecture. For this project, they provided Construction Management services as well as design. This approach allowed for a high level of finish and control of the finished product. Millgrove House is a globally-impressive architecture that intentionally appears to have stemmed from its context, in Hamilton Ontario, into a home for a growing family. CopyHouses•Toronto, Canadacenter_img Year:  Canada Area:  7100 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project mcCallum Sather Photographs “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/879824/millgrove-house-sanam-samanian Clipboard Project gallerySee allShow lessCanadian Pavilion at 2018 Venice Biennale to Explore Indigenous DesignArchitecture News15 Must-See Installations at the 2017 Chicago Architecture BiennialArchitecture News Share Manufacturers: Inline Fiberglass, NanaWall, IMETCO, Owen, Terzani Structural: Blackwell Engineering Save this picture!© Revelateur Studio+ 33 Share CopyAbout this officeToms + McNally DesignOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesTorontoCanadaPublished on September 22, 2017Cite: “Millgrove House / Toms + McNally Design” 22 Sep 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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