Contemporary Home Design in Ottawa
“In its simplest form, architecture might just be a series of lines and boxes that come together to create a sculptural object. However, the soul of a space is directly connected to characters of its inhabitants and the natural environment that surrounds it.” – Andrew Reeves Linebox Studio
One- of- a- Kind residence designed by award winning and forward thinking Linebox Studio.
The design exploits the dimensions of the lot to create a striking contemporary living space. Configured across 3 storey’s. With a secluded roof terrace and finished lower level.
Contemporary design is all about the now and the future.
Set in the vibrant and trendy Westboro – Wellington Village area. Shopping , community and schools are at your doorstep. The homes unique zoning however allows for an at home storefront. Forward thinking professionals dream property. Mainstreet zoning applies.
An industrial style design and metals finishes are used on the exterior.
The oversized windows draw light into the front of the floor plan. Upon entry, the ambitious nature of the house’s design is immediately apparent in the expansive open tread staircase.
Therefore creating a dramatic sense of scale and volume, while stylishly promoting the flow of natural light throughout. A colour wise palette complements these effects. Heated polished concrete floors on the lower level, commercial oversized windows, bamboo flooring, brushed steel island in the kitchen and high ceilings all add to the inspired design.
Third floor artist loft of additional office opens to the private roof terrace. Achieving a welcoming and comfortable look with interesting moments of strong pattern and design.
DESIGN: With modern lifestyle trends referencing a more simple style and design, we have noticed an uptick in industrial contemporary style home that clients now are requesting. The new contemporary and industrial styles marries sleek lines and the warmth of wood creates a perfect contrast.
Above all, the modern and industrial design aesthetic is every bit as nuanced as many homes from the Victorian era- in fact details have to be carefully thought out.