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Architect – Minsuk Cho / 조민석

Minsuk Cho is a Korean architect. Born in Seoul, South Korea in 1966 he studied at Yonsei University in Seoul and then at Columbia in the US. He is the recipient of many awards. He first worked with Kolatan and MacDonald Studio in New York. Then went to work with OMA in the Netherlands. He […]

Ottawa Condo for Sale
Beacon Hill South
2020 Jasmine Crescent

1105-2020 Jasmine Crescent $279,900 Virtual Tour Welcome to suite 1105 at 2020 Jasmine Crescents. Great views from this spacious 2 bedroom condo. Bright kitchen with breakfast bar. Laminate floors in living room, dining room, and bedrooms. Tiled floors in hallway, kitchen, and bathroom. Generous closets with closet organizer in primary bedroom. Large storage room in […]

Is It Rude to Ask Guests to Take Off Their Shoes When Entering Your Home?

Martha Stewart addresses the no shoe policy indoors. It can be a tricky topic here in Canada. In Asia of course it’s simply not a question shoes come off. But how to have a no shoe policy here. Martha with the help of Lauren Wellbank has suggestions. Of course in my mind in winter that’s […]

Architect – William McDonough

William McDonough is an American architect. Born in Tokyo in 1951, he studied at Dartmouth College and Yale University. McDonough is the founding principal of William McDonough + Parnters. His philosophy is to create designs that not only minimize the negative but create a positive effect on the environment. 901 Cherry Office Building 1997, San […]

Sellers caught by price drops as housing market cools

CBC.ca reports on the real estate market adjustment we are currently experiencing. The article shares the experience of a couple who tells us the effect the adjustment has had on their expectation of what their house would sell for. Having bought seven years ago at $350,000 they were expecting to sell at $890,00 but it […]

Emancipation Day / Colonel By Day

Happy Emancipation Day – Today we celebrate the day that in 1834 slavery was abolished. Read Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau’s statement here. Happy Colonel By Day – We also celebrate Colonel By, grateful of the work he did on the Rideau Canal. Read a brief history of Colonel By here.