Though modern, warm, and has an extensive view of the Pacific Ocean, the initial house design of the Palmerstone Project was more of a simplistic and a simple kind with the floor to ceiling windows. The home is built with a rectangular floor plan that arises from the ground into a two story home and a peaked roof. Decorative elements of the house are built with the usage of differently shaded wood colors, vibrant wall colors, and floor to ceiling windows. The house has a total measurement of 2500 square feet and is located in West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Mehran Mansouri designed it.
The home’s exterior structure is marked by its simple rectangular floor plan and peaked roof. The simple two-story home design structure receives most of its esthetic values through the usage of differing materials. Different shades of wood are combined with glass, white concrete slabs, and orange walls. The result is a very warm home exterior and interior with the floor to ceiling windows for a contemporary design.
The usage of wood in many houses in the north aren’t done so without reason. Wood is an insulating material and therefore, it is very much loved in areas with cold climate due to their insulating ability. Canada is one of its examples. This home uses wood in almost all surface area of the exterior. This will provide the home with self-insulation. The home is also built with floor to ceiling windows to allow for the best scenic view of the oceanic landscape at the back of the house as well as provide natural ventilation.
The home interior, just like many beach houses, is built to be bright, breezy, and welcoming. This is done through the building of soft but vibrant colors into the home interior itself; white and white wood. This home decorating with the floor to ceiling windows allows the spaciousness of the beach to be shared even until the interior.
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