Creative & Contemporary in Canada: Geometric and interlocking volumes create a fantastically modern home

Creative & Contemporary in Canada: Geometric and interlocking volumes create a fantastically modern home

19 May, 2014  |  Exterior, House Interior

This contemporary house located in Vancouver, Canada has been developed and designed by Kindred Construction and utilises glass and raw concrete to create the exterior of this huge home. The use of modern materials on the outside of the house gives it a very minimalistic and sleek feel, while the overlapping and interlocking volumes help to create depth. The first space that really takes your breath away is the main living room as not only does it have stunning decor, it is also bright, spacious and inviting. The open staircase really opens up the space and creates a sense of infinity and endlessness as it corners its way up the length of the walls. Every room in this house has been bathed in warming light and natural air that gives it such an appealing feel. Photos by Paul Warchol.

modern house of concrete

modern urban house

modern exterior at night

floor-to-ceiling windows

modern kitchen with island and dining area

view of the living room

stairs of metal and wood

 

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