It is not extremely usually that you come across a property renovation that combines a number of distinct designs and nevertheless achieves a look of serenity and elegance that transcends eras. Nestled at the base of Grouse Mountain in North Vancouver, this lovely residence was initially constructed in 1950s and a number of extensions in excess of the last couple of decades extra to its residing area. But its new house owners desired a contemporary, yet relaxing residence that combined rustic attractiveness, Scandinavian simplicity and modern comfort in a seamless and wise trend. This is exactly what Scott & Scott Architects accomplished as they gave the family members residence a design of its very own!
The use of traditional factors, all-natural components and unique textures aims to carry out the unique, rustic aura of the house even as a neutral, all-natural lime-based whitewashed backdrop ensures that the ambiance inside is soothing and refined. Anything at all that is not an absolute have to is completed away with in the residing area and classics like the Wishbone chair in the dining area and wooden furniture usher in that exquisite Scandinavian charm. Sculptural steel staircase with wood stove paste and bowling alley wax finish, exposed wooden ceiling beams open kitchen cabinets and marble countertops add to the uniqueness of the interior.
Maximizing area, moving away from the mundane and undertaking away with clutter, this exquisite house showcases the ideal mix of modern day minimalism and inviting rustic warmth!
The venture draws from the architects and customers (2 historical past professors) shared interest in traditional components and respect for the original particulars of the residence. Operating with the architects to find a ideal residence for a new house the clients purchased a 1950s submit and beam property located near the base of Grouse Mountain. The home, although extensively renovated more than the years, had a modest scale.
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