Located in the lovely Beaches locality of Canada the Residence combines the old world charm with modern aesthetics to shape a truly captivating home. This classic house with a pitched roof was originally built in the early and spread across the interiors acquired a dark dreary and congested ambiance over the years.
A fluid interaction between the interior and the rooftop garden defines the which is undoubtedly the showstopper of this transformed loft. Bringing in ample natural light and giving the interior a cheerful ambiance the glassy feature leads to a 150-square-foot retractable skylight that paves the way to the rooftop garden!
Large glass windows try to bring the forest indoors visually while an airy living area with concrete walls and a floating staircase combine hints of minimalism with fascinating textures. A mezzanine level that offers wonderful views of the river and forest area contains the smart kitchen and dining spaces. The lower levels include the bedrooms guestroom and additional living quarters.
This 852-square-foot cabin looks larger than it is due to its striking modern design by Arkin Tilt Architects. Check out the large solar array that gives this off-grid cabin plenty of power when the family needs it and stores it when they don’t.
The owners of the house previously lived in a larger Edwardian home but wanted a more modern trendy house even if it meant sacrificing some space. This bright contemporary home offers all that and a whole lot more with its unassuming charm!