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Michael Amantea Hawthorn Extension
Toronto

This is the interior yard evening view of a neighbourhood partition extension projected designed by Toronto architect Michael Amantea.

The partition to the neighbourhood was authorized by the city and local residents because of it's unique design which conformed to local by-laws.

The fencing strip is designed to let light through only at certain vantage points allowing for total privacy while swimming.

Copyright: Digitalproperties.ca - bryan groulx
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Uploaded: 22/09/2010
Updated: 03/07/2014
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Tags: architecture; toronto; hawthorn street; castle frank; pool extension
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