The Hambly House is a rare example of 1930s Streamline Moderne architecture in Hamilton. Since the purchase of the house by its new owners in 2012, the house has undergone a full restoration with an additional second storey wrapped in floor-to-ceiling glass. The renovation respects the original character and detailing of the designated heritage house while celebrating its contemporary spirit with a bold addition. The interior has been completely refinished, and clean, minimalist custom millwork was designed throughout the house.
The project was done in collaboration with Philip Toms of Toms + McNally Design .
Location: Hamilton, Ontario
Status: Completed summer 2015
Project Type: Renovation and Addition
Area of renovation = 1,200 sf
Area of addition = 1,250 sf
Photography by Revelateur Studio