Building codes local norms and unique requirements of homeowners often lead to ingenious and elegant modern homes that delight us with a little bit of unexpected spunk. Nestled in a part of that is renowned for its relaxing backdrop and posh presence the is one of those creative homes that digs deep to give its residents everything they dreamed of and a whole lot more!
A multi-generational hub with a difference this house features various rooms stacked on top of one another like blocks with a central light tube bringing in ample ventilation and providing the space for a thriving green hub. A steel mesh is used to create a green feature of sorts indoors even as the sweeping social zones aim to bring together the entire family.
Connecting with nature is definitely the theme at this picturesque getaway nestled in the lovely town of Wyoming. Designed by Hoyt – CTA Architects to reflect the rustic lifestyle of the region and the spectacular landscape that surrounds the lot it is the outdoors that quickly ends up becoming the showstopper at this awesome holiday home.
But the in Victoria designed by Schulberg Demkiw Architects finds that lovely balance between both elements perfectly as light wells and small garden features are used cleverly to usher in ample light even as a perforated timber screen keeps away prying eyes.
A stone wall in the living room acts as a charming accent addition that veers away from the coastal style of the home while understated décor and a muted color scheme create a smart alchemy between contemporary finesse and beach-inspired hues.
But the resident of a landscape architect and physics professor wanted a contemporary home where the connectivity with the outdoors was an essential component and this led to the unique design of this Vancouver home that thrives on unassuming style and simplicity! Designed by Measured Architecture this modern-minimal hub is defined by clean straight lines and a neutral color scheme.
Designed by Jacobsen Arquitetura the private residence is spread across two different floors with the lower level half buried underground to ensure that the overall structure is not too tall and imposing.