Lawrence Manor, Toronto, Canada

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Lawrence Manor, Toronto, Canada

In Toronto, outdoor structures need to be able to stand up to harsh Canadian winters – lots of snow, lots of wind and lots of bitter cold.

The homeowners and architect searched for a real-wood product as attractive as cedar – but not as expensive as ipe – that had the durability required for the climate. Thermally modified ash satisfied all of these criteria.

Product: Thermally modified ash decking 20 x 112 mm profile D31.

Architects: Yorkville Design Centre

Photographer: Larry Arnal

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