The way rustic integrates in contemporary houses is unexpected, yet cozy and touching. It brings warmth, charm and lots of attractive details that outline typical countryside scenes. This is exactly the case with the chalet below, a project realised by Boom Town studio from Canada. As the architect Eric Joseph Tremblay explains, boomtown style appeared in North America in the late nineteenth century. Due to rapid development and an increased demand for houses, simple and economical solutions were needed. Boomtown architectural style is simple and effective, featuring a cubic plan with one or 2 floors. The flat roof allows an integral use of the surface, while the extension beyond the limit of it became a common characteristic of these buildings. As for the interior design, simplicity is a dominant rule. Natural materials such as wood or stone intensify the rustic ambiance, while original furnishing items add personality to the space. Have a look!
Large openings allow smooth transition between the areas that share one open space (living room, dining room, kitchen).
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