These doors and shutters also assist in the passive heating and cooling of the house across different seasons and improve its energy-efficiency. The lower level of the house contains the living spaces kitchen dining area pantry and laundry along with an additional bedroom.
White is the dominant color in the living zone. Not only does it accentuate the theme used it also ensures that the focus remains firmly on the view outside the window. The Atlantic becomes a vibrant backdrop for the living area thanks to the use of glass windows even as beautiful drapes and sheer curtains allow the homeowners to switch between privacy and unabated views.
Most often the chalets that we discover are surrounded by the spectacular Alps and draped in luxury or they offer unabated views of unending ski slopes in getaways such as. But the is a touch different from these usual opulent affairs. Designed by Boom Town and surrounded by a picturesque serene landscape this gorgeous private residence brings the timeless beauty of a woodsy chalet to the modern home.
Renovated to suit the sensibilities of a contemporary urban family by Rick O’Donnell Architect the revamped home does away with the archaic floor plan and makes a turn towards an open plan living area. This not only makes better use of the available space but also ensures that there is better ventilation throughout the residence.
One can see the effortless combination of the contemporary and the classic from the very outset as the façade of the home blends stone and wood with the exquisite use of glass. This theme continues inside the residence as well with each room showcasing lovely textural contrast.