Designed by Summer Thornton Design the new interior of this 5500-square-foot townhouse is truly enchanting as it combines chic tasteful modernity with inviting elegance and a hint of unabashed glam. Inspired by both Californian coastal style and Alaskan design simplicity lots of white natural finishes and organic textures shape this ingenious home.
Designed by Klopf Architecture the modern family residence has a sloped roof that gives the street façade a low modest look even as the rear structure brings the outdoors inside with its wall of glass! Wood steel and concrete shape the energy-efficient interior where passive heating and cooling techniques LED lighting fixtures and smart insulation help cut back on the carbon footprint.
Design influences from the Far East have always found space in the western world with the likes of George Nelson and Isamu Noguchi wowing the world with their masterpieces. As the quest of the urban denizen to find tranquility and relaxation grows with each day decorating elements from the East are increasingly becoming more prominent.
The coastal escape sits on a thin strip of land on Broad Cove Marsh Road Cape Breton Island Nova Scotia and it is the landscape that defines its form and the materials used. A metallic frame provides the bones for the house with custom millwork creating a warm and cozy interior that seems to visually extend outside.
A series of decks outdoor patios and infinity pool shape the landscape around the mountain villa with luxury being combined with efficiency almost flawlessly. A dashing kitchen in white with red radiance modular décor in the living room and colorful décor bring brightness to an interior that is otherwise relaxing and neutral.