Above we see the Luna/Ford model which includes three bedrooms two bathrooms and an exterior deck. And just how do you landscape the yard of a modern home with modular design? Try rectangular stepping stones metal planters and a slew of gravel! Below we see the interior of the Luna complete with large windows wooden flooring white walls and a spacious airy feel:
You can open and close the large swiveling glass doors that connect the dining space with the deck area depending on the season and the time of the day. Interesting art work in the kitchen adds a bit of color to an otherwise sleek and ergonomic space in white. The living space also employs a neutral color palette while the reading area utilizes a vivacious green couch to bring in the desired brightness. Ample natural ventilation along with beautiful chandeliers freshen up the space perfectly.
We end by turning our attention to Leaf House designed to shelter a family of four. Built from Forest Stewardship Certified timber and reclaimed materials this is one eco-friendly home! The space is 215 square feet including a 55 square foot sleeping loft. The photos that follow are courtesy of Leafhouse/Laird Herbert via Tiny House Talk.
While designing a brand new home that meets all the requirements of a client is a task difficult enough. This becomes a tad bit more challenging when it involves revamping and. That was precisely the task on hand for Bagnato Architects who had to convert the old church in Melbourne into a sparkling and stunning modern house. With gorgeous use of glass in an extravagant fashion and preserving some of the original design aspects of the church the architects delivered a residence that is truly exquisite.
We’ve had our good share of stunning houses in Canada with amazing details and mind-blowing features; but nothing compares to this contemporary residence located in a rather posh neighborhood in north Toronto.
Both artificial lighting fixtures and ample natural ventilation combine to create a warm and inviting look. The top floor houses the bedroom and the private quarters while even the attic space is utilized as a beautiful meeting room.
Architecture studio Nixon Tulloch Fortey was faced with a job of adding a modern extension to a Victorian home in South Yarra Australia. They successfully completed this job with the addition of some bold design elements a splash of color and a touch of modern minimalism!