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Canadian Architecture. Art Gallery Vintage by Georgii Grechukhin

Wednesday, November 21, 2012


Man has always been dreaming of their own house. At first we dream in childhood, when young, then when we become older, we strive to realize his dream and finally a dream come true. My dream - it is Canadian home. Warm compact and comfortable. Architecture Canada's residential homes is unique and recognizable. Most of the houses one - storey and two - storey with a pitched roof. Houses mostly wooden, upholstered siding or stucco, the first floors often covered with stone or brick. Many homes are not large, but there are huge cottages with two garages, these homes are designed for a large family with average income. Each house has an unique view despite the apparent similarity of the houses. There is an unique home. They are not like others.

Let us imagine what life can be in a conventional Canadian house, in a quiet residential area of ​​any city in Canada.

Living in these homes seem quiet and serene, full of harmony and happiness. In the morning you go out with a cup of coffee on the front lawn, pick up a newspaper, eat breakfast, kiss your beloved, you wheel out of the garage a minivan. you accompany your kids to school and go to your favorite work.

In the evening you rush to your family. On the road, standing at a traffic light, you looking at the street and the architecture of the houses around you. Here, after the intersection is already visible corner of your home. Attic Pitched roof recognizable facade, light in large wooden windows. Green lawn on which proudly spread its branches of maple, around the big pine trees - a characteristic feature of many Canadian cities. The friendly neighbors smile and say hello to you, you say hello to them. Happy to throw a glance at the quiet street and open the door.

- Darling, I'm home! - Loudly tell you, taking off his outer clothing, and sinking into soft slippers.

House is warm and cozy. The dog happily wags its tail - she is already at the door. Children are very glad to see you, you pet the cat and kiss his wife. She has already prepared a delicious dinner for your arrival. At the table, all with an interest to discuss how the day went. Around the smiles and laughter of children, loved and loved ones, your favorite things ...

The house in which I want to live. While I'm on the stage of realization of their dreams. We still have everything ahead and have time to think about the layout and appearance of the house. My hobby is helping me in this. I like to handle photos and vintage postcards do in Photoshop, with the image of Canada's residential architecture.

Vintage in Photoshop - this art processing of photos, superimposed on the image of different photo effects, as well as the effect of antiquity, such as scratches, scuffs, vignetting and frames.

From the beginning it was my job but it turned into a hobby. In this topic, I will spread my most favorite picture. I hope they will be of interest to you. And, too, will help introduce you to what should be the home of your dreams. See and dream, and strive for their dreams. And it will come true.

Georgii Grechukhin       21 November, 2012


Burlington, Ontario, Canada

Burlington, Ontario, Canada

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Summerhill-Road, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Richmond, British Columbia, Canada

Richmond, British Columbia, Canada

Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada

Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada

Surrey, British Columbia, Canada

Surrey, British Columbia, Canada

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Richmond, British Columbia, Canada

Richmond, British Columbia, Canada

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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