Cayman Marshall Collection Fall 2019

With Muskoka’s unique topography, it’s the views of wood, water and sky that make cottage living here unforgettable. Yet many cottages built more than a few decades ago often don’t make the most of those views. Rather than tearing down and building anew, Foreshew Design Associates often prefers to redesign properties, to bring out the “wow” factor that was there all along. Learn how they transformed a Lake Muskoka diamond-in-the-rough in our Fall 2019 edition.

Speaking of building anew, is it always the best option? It can be, as long as you are fully informed on the challenges of building in this unique geological region. Cayman Marshall CEO Todd Adair gives a clear-eyed analysis of what you need to know – well before you put a shovel in the ground.

Also in this issue, learn about plant-based dining that goes far beyond the usual, with the imaginative and often locally sourced cuisine at Toronto’s Rosalinda. We also meet former ballerina-turned-artist Rachel Isadora, whose breathtaking canvases of dancers are informed by her years en pointe. And financial advisor Dan Wynnyk gives us an off-beat, but spot-on, look at how the Raptors’ championship run eerily parallelled the markets.

Enjoy the last lingering rays of summer warmth!