This Canadian holiday house impresses with its clear architectural lines and structures, modern and elegant design and minimalistic approach toward furnishing, color scheme and shapes in the interior. The house offers fresh and dynamic atmosphere and ideological merger between interior and exterior. The Japanese – inspired courtyard becomes a center around which the ground floor premises are organized. Architectural leveling platforms and wall panels, define the space continuity – in the living area a focal wall – center becomes the one with a fireplace. Its interesting structural panels adopt different sophisticated materials and textures as it is throughout the whole house- marble, granite, concrete and stylish wood for furniture and cladding, adorn the clear architecture.
The ground floor is organized as one vast open space, filled with natural light and divided into functional areas. Using leveling and different materials, panels and colors to distinguish the cubical structure of each corner and premise the architects conceive a space where clear minimalistic lines meet dynamic solutions. The furnishing is contemporary, comfortable and with clear lines, ultimately decided in neutral color palette allowing its gray, black and beige shapes to stand out against the white walls and framing.