Modern design and bungalows have a long history together, dating back to the emergence of mid-century modern homes nearly 70 years ago. The design of this family home shows that the pairing is as relevant and effective as ever.
The facade has a distinct appearance that balances contemporary and cutting-edge with warm and inviting. The predominant entryway combines glass panes and exposed steel beams, creating a welcoming transparency for visitors. Glass continues to wrap around the home, but is placed strategically to maximize both privacy and views of the surrounding nature. A rich blend of colours and natural materials form an aesthetic bond with the property, while also increasing the home's curb appeal.
The interior is made up of large, open living spaces, with the family room acting as the hearth and maintaining a close connection to the home's other areas. A fully-finished basement expands on the living space and features amenities such as a recreation room, home gym, and spa.