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Taylor House wins at Heritage Toronto

by ERA Architects

Taylor House with Shim-Sutcliffe addition to left

Taylor House at Sisters of St. Joseph was just awarded a Heritage Toronto Award of Excellence. The William Greer Architectural Conservation Award recognizes conservation and craftsmanship in heritage. The jurors called it “a text book example”.

The project, a collaboration with Shim-Sutcliffe Architects (who designed a wonderful, Governor-General award-winning new facility) adapts and conserves an 1885 masonry Queen Anne home to serve as part of the Residence of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto.

Congratulations to all the other nominees and thank you to Shim-Sutcliffe, the Sisters of St. Joseph, and Heritage Toronto!

Learn more about Taylor House on our portfolio page.

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