The remodeled interior showcases a wonderful alchemy of the past and present as much of the original design by Paul Kirk is preserved and highlighted even as the latest additions make a bold visual impact. The large collection of windows that opens up the kitchen living and dining areas towards the sparkling city skyline is still kept intact to give the interior an airy appeal.
Much like the brilliant indoor garden a wall of tiles next to the staircase ends up being a showstopper and this eclectic collection of colorful tiles is repeated in the courtyard and bathroom to give a sense of continuity and cohesion. This dazzling collage was crafted by the designer by bringing together the various tiles used by him in other projects an effort that cuts back on cost and unnecessary wastage of materials.
Built as a family retreat that combines modern ergonomics and comfort with the timeless charm of a rustic mountain cabin the exquisite escape offers the best of both worlds. Designed by Poss Architecture it draws you in with its unassuming charm and the spectacular view on offer!
An amazing log cabin surrounded by lofty mountains possibly some snow in the air and a relaxed week filled with fun friends and family; that is indeed the definition of an unforgettable holiday.
It was Lane Williams Architects who transformed this 1960s midcentury home into a contemporary family residence by expanding the living area adding an additional bedroom and breaking up the visual of dark Western Red Cedar in the living area with a white-painted drywall.