Craven Road with Anya Moryoussef
Play • 1 hr 19 min

In this episode I am joined by the recipient of the 2021 Emerging Architect Award at the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada awards, I talk to Anya Moryoussef about her Craven Road Micro House project in Toronto. 

‘I don’t need a lot of space, I’m not worried about resale, I just want a house for me’ , this was the simple brief given to Anya by her client Laurel and I love the design she has delivered.

In the interview I find out how Anya fought tooth and nail for her client to get approval for the design, how she worked within a small footprint to create a simple and private living space with plenty of daylight and, how she delivered the project to a modest budget by being smart with material choices.

At the end of the episode, I ask Anya the three questions I ask all my podcast guests;
– what really annoys her about her home?
– what house has she visited that has really inspired her?
– and, if she could choose anyone to design her a new house, who would she choose?

If you would like to find out more about Anya and the Craven Road project you can find information on the episode page at

I hope you enjoy listening.

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