The stately Victorian in Toronto’s Cabbagetown neighborhood proved irresitible to Weishaupt.
Known for his edit of contemporary furnishings, Weishaupt selected several pieces from Avenue Road that expressed his love of craftsmanship.
A view toward the a set of barstools by Yabu Pushelberg, an Avenue Road collaborator and award-winning Candian design firm.
The custom Obemux kitchen is one of his favorite features. The sleek space pairs marble with brushed oak cabinetry.
In the details: The cabintery flaunts teal-colored interiors for an unexpected design moment.
A view into the kitchen.
Weishaupt has been passionate about design since childhood saying, “I grew up surrounded by artists and designers in Munich. My father was an architect and artist, my mother a patron of the arts. My grandparents worked with Florence Knoll on their house also, so design was a part of my life from day one.”
A look at the second floor, where his gallery wall offers a subtle decorative transition between spaces.
Even the master bedroom was given extra attention with a textured wall treatment.
The Eucalyptus paneling enhances the intimately staged media room.
The well-suited Obemux closet has all the custom thrills for a master suite.
Weishaupt went for clean and easy in the master bath.
The gym is housed in the basement, which also has space for a catering kitchen.
A classic herringbone pattern along the walls and floors of this bathroom provides dimension to the subdude design.
Heaven for an urban dweller is outdoor space. Weishaupt is fortuante to have a private backyard.
The well-dressed man himself.