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Lawrence Park Residence in Toronto

4 May 2020

Lawrence Park Residence

Interior Design: Cecconi Simone Inc.

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Lawrence Park Residence Toronto Canada

Surrounded by the traditional homes of Toronto’s Lawrence Park—an established neighbourhood, with houses circa the 1910s to 1940s – Lawrence Park Residence is a contemporary 8,657-square-foot house complements its surroundings without blending in.

Lawrence Park Residence Toronto Canada

Featuring a quiet, restrained and elegant design, it melds landscape, architecture and interiors seamlessly. Toronto-based design firm Cecconi Simone Inc. designed the interiors to maximize natural daylight and outside views to the pool and yard. Incorporating a material palette that was spare, light and sophisticated, the home is sleek yet warm and inviting. Blonde wood floors, white cabinetry and black fireplace surrounds are combined with barn board accents, hand selected for consistency.

Lawrence Park Residence Toronto Canada

Concealed ductwork and an absence of bulkheads maximize ceiling heights throughout all primary rooms. Warmth is introduced through texture and the movement of light, while the sparse palette creates the perfect backdrop for the family’s bold art collection. “When you enter the front door, there’s a direct sightline that connects to the rear yard.

Lawrence Park Residence Toronto Canada

To reinforce that sense of space and connection with the outdoors, we have a continuity of finishes and lighting, inside and out,” says Cecconi Simone principal Elaine Cecconi. “We also carefully delineated the public and private areas.

Lawrence Park Residence Toronto Canada

The homeowners love to entertain and wanted the house to reflect that, but they also wanted to create a sanctuary for their family of four.” The public zone of the house incorporates an entry area with closets and combined dining and living room.

Lawrence Park Residence Toronto Canada

There’s an elegant piano nested in the front window, a nod to the family’s musical interests. A contemporary cantilevered wood staircase, set behind a glass screen, features floating treads, while large windows and a skylight at the top of the stairs fill the space with natural light.

Lawrence Park Residence Toronto Canada

The private zone, meanwhile, is more casual and relaxed while still maintaining the same contemporary elegance. A double-volume space, the family room has two-storey views overlooking the yard and pool.

Lawrence Park Residence Toronto

The kitchen is clad in back-painted white glass cabinetry behind which most appliances and the TV are integrated. There’s seating at the island and a separate table for family dinners, while an outdoor barbecue and dining area offers space for dining el fresco.

Lawrence Park Residence Toronto

The pantry, clad in timber board, divides the private area from the public zone beyond. “One of our greatest challenges was in the kitchen, in matching the white glass on the built-in appliances with the adjacent glass cabinetry doors,” Cecconi says. “It’s a seemingly simple task, but it took an extraordinary number of samples to achieve.” Upstairs is a master retreat with views overlooking the back yard, the children’s bedrooms with ensuite bath and walk-in closets, and a separate guest suite with two bedrooms and a shared bath. The lower level integrates spa-like change rooms for the pool, as well as a gym, home theatre, climate-controlled cantina and recreational room.

Lawrence Park Residence Toronto

Another room—part music library, part office—artfully showcases the owners’ impressive vinyl record collection. “In the end, the home provides the perfect balance: it’s intimate when it needs to be yet generous in scale for entertaining; it integrates the interiors with nature in a seamless way,” Cecconi says. “The play of lighting creates magical spaces as daylight moves through the home to nighttime, when lighting is controlled with a programmable system, the home constantly transforms.”

Lawrence Park Residence Toronto

Lawrence Park Residence, Toronto – Building Information

Interior Design: Cecconi Simone Inc.

Type: New build
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Architecture: Richard Wengle Architect Inc. General
Contractor: GreenGold Construction Ltd.
Size: 8,657 square feet

Lawrence Park Residence Toronto

About Cecconi Simone Inc.
Cecconi Simone Inc. is an award-winning interior design practice based in Toronto, Canada, privately owned and operated by Elaine Cecconi and Anna Simone.

Established in 1982, Cecconi Simone has designed some of the most beautiful and successful interior environments for the retail, corporate, hotel-hospitality and residential sectors in Canada, the United States, Anguilla, Italy, Spain, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, India and China.

Cecconi Simone has positioned itself as an industry leader, designing intelligent, progressive and brand-specific interiors for a diverse cross-section of projects around the world.

Lawrence Park Residence Toronto Canada

Photography: Shai Gil

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