This design of modern architecture It is perfect for lovers of the sea and the outdoors. The house that we see in the images is located on the top of a mountain, and this situation allows to enjoy wonderful views of the sea and the surrounding forests from the terrace. A beautiful view of the sea, and a comfortable terrace from which to enjoy ... What more could you want?
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This house was built in West Vancouver, Canada in 2015 by the architecture firm Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses.
Located in a steep and technically challenging place, this house captures framed views of large-scale maritime traffic in the outer harbor.
Impressive design of modern architecture
The movement in the house is carefully choreographed to disguise the considerable change from the elevation of the street to the living space.
Similarly, a split level arrangement allows generous spaces in the main living floors and a closer connection between the upper floor and the main floor.
Its terrace, with light wooden floors and comfortable furniture, also offers a swimming pool where we can cool off in the days of intense sun. It is a suspended immersion pool that is an unexpected element of 40 feet in the air.
But let's go in; we know it's hard to get out of the terrace and all the wonders it offers, but we assure that there is much more to see inside.
We receive a living room with beautiful walls and rustic wooden floors, decorated with elegant black furniture.
In the second room, decorated in lighter shades, we can find two light gray sofas leaning against a concrete wall. Modern art frames add touches of color to the walls, and a floor lamp in the same style serves as an additional source of light. A really great room, right?
The design of the kitchen presents a minimalist style and a palette of colors in black and white. It also has wonderful views of the sea.
In the bedroom, modern and white design, the wonderful views make us company through the glass walls.
In the kitchen and dining room, contrast and symmetry are of the utmost importance. If we look top down the image above, we can see a combination of alternating elements in black and white.
The contemporary square-edge lines of the 7,000-square-meter property create towering spaces with window walls and spectacular views in the crystal clear waters of the outer harbor that seems to sit just outside the door.
Built in simple decorative concrete lines, Accoya wood cladding, along with all the color of its surroundings, this property of modern architecture seems to have always inhabited its space, and as if it would always do so.Design: Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses