It is the foundation of the building the wooden platform it sits on and the angled pitched roof that shape its outline while cedar wood and glass fashion its exterior. A touch of blue brings modernity to the cabin while an open plan interior is connected with the deck outside using folding doors.
Some of the existing constraints that defined the new home included a 7.5 metre wide east-west block overshadowing and poor ventilation. Many of these problems were solved by using a rear extension that contains the open plan living dining and kitchen.
A rugged shoreline and the vast ocean on one side and a world-class golf course on the other these villas at Cabot Links bring you the best of two contrasting yet equally impressive worlds. is the setting for these exquisite contemporary that take you into the heart of even while ensuring that you escape the rush of constant urban life without ever compromising on comfort.
A flood of natural light illuminates various rooms of the house cutting back on the need for artificial lighting during daytime. Minimal décor built-in wooden benches and a neutral color palette create a harmonious and inviting atmosphere.
The old backyard building that occupied much the space in the rear was done away with in favor of an open and inviting garden. The kitchen on one side of the home and the living area on the other have direct access to the outdoor sitting area and deck even as a simple and elegant staircase leads to the top level.
On the passive side of things you have smart orientation that heats and cools the house in a natural fashion a roof deck and upper level multi-purpose studio that brings in plenty of natural light and a small garden that allows the homeowners create their own urban oasis. Recycled materials a fabulous kitchen with a dark backdrop and modern décor make sure that this once dreary and aging house now has a vibrant contemporary vibe.