Our Flients wish to downsize and embrace an urban lifestyle with innovative and highly efficient uses of a limited foot print. Here is a peak at their wishlist to share a little of how we begin co-creating your ideal home!
Homecology is a synthesis of some things that are very important to us but we don't really talk about a lot. It connotes something about community and environment, and it's evocative of something meaningful to us. We all long for home. We talk about homecoming journeys. We write poems about home, and we all know what homesickness is, and I wanted to try to study that, to what is it that makes up a home, and I wanted to begin a conversation about what those elements are, so Homecology is about our interdependence, and our community, I guess. What I'm trying to do is elevate the build environment to be in harmony with the culture and ecosystem we're dependent on, to have more of a symbiotic relationship with everything.
With Canada Day around the corner and the long weekend coming up, us Canadians will be sure to be having an event filled weekend. We came up with a list of our favorite Canada Day home decor do-it-yourself projects and treats that are easy to make or perfect to add to your own Canada Day celebrations!
Dave and Rio came to us with a need for a modest condominium renovation to suit their taste, values and needs. They are music enthusiasts and especially wanted to showcase their love for music while also looking for a place of zen that hits home. At MKDB we are home ecologists and offer an integrated systemic approach to aligning your values with an ideal home for each and every homeowner. This is our unique and revolutionaryDESIGN BUILD PROCESS based on our home ecology philosophy.
Functionality in a kitchen is top priority but that doesn’t mean style and design have to be thrown out the window. Displaying your pots out in the open keeps both design and functionality in mind. Here are a couple of past homes we found a way to showcase pots and pans with functionality in mind.
Good morning Maria and Tom,
It was good to meet with you and get started.
I'm sending along 2 concepts for us to reflect on. Please don't be concerned about door ways or details yet - they will all be resolved. I have just massed things out with furniture place holders to ensure it's all working to get a feel for what we can accommodate. Your house seems to easily allow us to close off rooms so just assume that we can work something out for each opening.