This month's Dwell Magazine features one of Toronto's popular architectural firms, LGA Architectural Partners (formerly known as Levitt Goodman). Their latest project features a Toronto house with a surprisingly illuminating backyard wall. LGA transformed the back of the garage into a starry, light wall installation. They designed the wall using
laser cut privacy screens that seamlessly merge the exterior and interior of the home. Principal Janna Levitt created the panels with LED lights installed behind the surfaced, and the result is a cosmic, out-of-this-world backyard reveal.
Check out more great examples from LGA Architects.
Renovation and addition, 973 Lansdowne Ave.
Renovation and addition, Royal York
Renovation and addition, Don River House
New house construction, 456 Clinton St.
Renovation, Adams Fleming House
· Outdoor Wall Light Installation from LGA [Dwell]
· Projects by LGA Architecture Partners [LGA]
· New Toronto Library, Great Architecture [The Star]