Toronto-based studio Cecconi Simone have designed the interior of the Yorkville Penthouse in Toronto, Canada.
This contemporary penthouse occupies an entire level in a new, hi-rise condominium in Yorkville. In line with current social trends, the clients have downsized from a large, 1950s-era suburban home, opting instead for a more urban, less car-dependent lifestyle.
The residence with a clean design aesthetic in a palette of warm finishes is organized into a semi-open-plan, with fluid yet distinct public and private zones.
During food preparation, the cooking area may be separated from the dining, den and living areas with sliding, glass, pocket partitions.
The gallery-like designed public area is clad in white glazing panels, providing a neutral backdrop for artwork and creating an engaging contrast to the walnut floor tiles.
In the private zone of the residence, the master suite embraces an art-display area, sleep area, and his and hers ensuites with dressing area.