this project speaks for itself. what a masterpiece, and now looking for a new owner.
take a look at the architect, brad lamoureux’s website here for more images.
view from thompson crescent looking southwest. the roof lines are very dramatic with clerestory windows bringing northern light into all the upper floor rooms.
looking towards garages and main entry from thompson crescent.
view from entry foyer looking towards the dining and living spaces to the south. on the left, are open-riser stairs connecting to other levels in the house. continuation of exterior stone cladding brought into the house, for connection with site.
view looking back towards the dining room, with living room in foreground.
reflecting pond and dining nook on west wing of the house. generous glazing to enjoy endless views when cooking or chatting up guests.
view of family room just beyond the kitchen on the west wing of the house. i love the water refractions/caustics from the pond on the ceiling.
the ensuite cabinets and tub. really clever use of tiling and cabinetry, seamlessly integrated to ensure those smooth, straight horizontal lines.
the pool with infinity edge. rock on! and you just have to have frame-less guards with a stunning view like that!
view from central alcove between the two wings of the house looking towards the south. that lounge chair is calling me, or is it the pool?