Merkaba Homes surpassed itself with the 109 St Leonard Avenue project in Toronto, Canada. The property is an expression of pure luxury and perfection. Canadian real estate developer Merkaba Homes is known for its use of luxurious furniture and eye for detail.
The property consists of a basement, the ground floor and a first floor. All this is 465 square metres in total. In the basement there is a home theatre and a gym. There is also a large relaxation room with two separate lounges and a wine cellar. One bedroom in the basement can be used as a guest bedroom or for live-in nanny. The ground floor has a large open Scavolini kitchen with a dining room, two living rooms, an office and a garage. In the garage is room for three cars and on the driveway there is space for four more. On the first floor there are four bedrooms each with an adjoining bathroom. The master bedroom’s differentiating features are a balcony overlooking the backyard and a large walk-in closet.
An interior that is experienced as eclectic from one perspective and coherent from another.
The aim of the interior is to radiate luxury. Due to the amount of rooms and bathrooms in the house it is difficult to experience the house as non-luxurious. And yet, Merkaba Homes in collaboration with interior designer Rohit Bhoite succeeds in taking the rooms to an even higher level. A careful selection of designer furniture from renowned furniture manufacturers such as Alter London, Minotti, CB2 and designers such as Pierre Jeanneret, Luke Lamp and Kenneth Cobonpue is combined. The result is an interior that is experienced as eclectic from one perspective and coherent from another. Each bedroom embodies a different style in order to display as much interesting furniture and artistic choices as possible. The house is a little overwhelming simply because there is so much space. Bhoite had to do his best to fill every nook and cranny with the result that the rooms are spacious without appearing empty. Renders: courtesy of Merkaba Homes