Speaking of the inside below we see a shot of the home’s interior which includes a bay window that makes the space truly feel like home. Especially when accented with a vase of blooms! In one more interior shot we get a closer look at the home’s bamboo floors and sidingas well as the Masonite walls. For more information check out Forge Ahead Construction.
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.
Jauregui Architects Interiors & Construction are guilty for the rustic yet modern feel of this exquisite jewel. The house looks big but sophisticated with an exterior clad in stone which enhances the whole country style feeling. However upon entering you soon realize that the rural and the austere you expected have been replaced by clean lines and an overall modern design adorned with luxurious accents that help create a timeless decor that would impress even the most posh.
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:
The home’s rounded shape maximizes the collection of solar energy. The Oil Silo Home is designed to house three families: a 2-person young family a 4-person nuclear family and 6-person multi-generational family. If many of the home’s inhabitants were on the balconies or descending the stairs at the same time it might look a little something like this…
Ready for a showpiece that will knock your socks off?! Introducing the Vail Grant House a home designed by Brooks + Scarpa Architects and built from prefabricated structural concrete insulating panels. As noted on The Daily Green these panels (SCIPS) are constructed from 60% recycled material such as wire mesh made from recycled auto parts.
But step inside and a whole new world unfolds in front of your eyes. Large glass doors and floor-to-ceiling glass windows allow the living area and the dining space to be visually connected with the patio at all times.