Absolutely nothing matches the charm of a lovely all-natural landscape that surrounds the home and provides you a privet getaway that is just a handful of methods away from the living area. Positioned in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, this lovely residence not only boasts of a curated garden but also a tranquil organic pond that lets you unwind after a lengthy, hard day. But the two,500-square-foot home was largely closed to this ‘little paradise’ prior to the architects from AGATHOM revamped the floor plan and produced a seamless interface amongst both the interior and garden space.
The new floor plan of the renovated residence focused on blurring the line between both the worlds and turning the massive sundeck into a organic extension of the spacious living area. Sliding glass doors from the dining space lead to this large wooden deck and every area of the living space provides unabated views of the greenery outdoors. Spanish cedar and brick give the property a warm, classic ambiance even though the decor is kept minimal and unassuming. Wood is the key component the shapes the ceiling in each and every room, the modern kitchen and the lovely wardrobes even as the neutral colour palette stays away from gaudy colors.
The sunlit dining area is the pièce de resistance. Right here, a portion of the roof was excised and a square section was dropped in at a raised angle. From the street, this architectural graft, glazed on its sides, is barely noticeable. But it transforms the back of the home, in scale, function and sheer virtuosity, by raising the window wall’s height, and linking the new to the old.
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