Alkove: Billeder, design og inspiration

This whole-house renovation was the third perennial design iteration for the owner in three decades. The first was a modest cabin. The second added a main level bedroom suite. The third, and most recent, reimagined the entire layout of the original cabin by relocating the kitchen, living , dining and guest/away spaces to prioritize views of a nearby glacial lake with minimal expansion. A vindfang (a functional interpretation of a Norwegian entry chamber) and cantilevered window bay were the only additions to transform this former cabin into an elegant year-round home. Photographed by Spacecrafting

Architect: DeNovo Architects, Interior Design: Sandi Guilfoil of HomeStyle Interiors, Landscape Design: Yardscapes, Photography by James Kruger, LandMark Photography

Photography by Gridley + Graves Architectural firm of Moulton Layne, P.L. Spectrum Interior Design

The tile in the kids' bath is all new, designed to look original to the 1936 home. The tile is from B&W Tile in Los Angeles.

Gibeon Photography

The SUMMIT, is Beechwood Homes newest display home at Craigburn Farm. This masterpiece showcases our commitment to design, quality and originality. The Summit is the epitome of luxury. From the general layout down to the tiniest finish detail, every element is flawless. Specifically, the Summit highlights the importance of atmosphere in creating a family home. The theme throughout is warm and inviting, combining abundant natural light with soothing timber accents and an earthy palette. The stunning window design is one of the true heroes of this property, helping to break down the barrier of indoor and outdoor. An open plan kitchen and family area are essential features of a cohesive and fluid home environment. Adoring this Ensuite displayed in "The Summit" by Beechwood Homes. There is nothing classier than the combination of delicate timber and concrete beauty. The perfect outdoor area for entertaining friends and family. The indoor space is connected to the outdoor area making the space feel open - perfect for extending the space! The Summit makes the most of state of the art automation technology. An electronic interface controls the home theatre systems, as well as the impressive lighting display which comes to life at night. Modern, sleek and spacious, this home uniquely combines convenient functionality and visual appeal. The Summit is ideal for those clients who may be struggling to visualise the end product from looking at initial designs. This property encapsulates all of the senses for a complete experience. Appreciate the aesthetic features, feel the textures, and imagine yourself living in a home like this. Tiles by Italia Ceramics! Visit Beechwood Homes - Display Home "The Summit" 54 FERGUSSON AVENUE, CRAIGBURN FARM Opening Times Sat & Sun 1pm – 4:30pm

Mike McCaw - Spacecrafting / Architectural Photography

Photo Credit: David Duncan Livingston

“Compelling.” That’s how one of our judges characterized this stair, which manages to embody both reassuring solidity and airy weightlessness. Architect Mahdad Saniee specified beefy maple treads—each laminated from two boards, to resist twisting and cupping—and supported them at the wall with hidden steel hangers. “We wanted to make them look like they are floating,” he says, “so they sit away from the wall by about half an inch.” The stainless steel rods that seem to pierce the treads’ opposite ends are, in fact, joined by threaded couplings hidden within the thickness of the wood. The result is an assembly whose stiffness underfoot defies expectation, Saniee says. “It feels very solid, much more solid than average stairs.” With the rods working in tension from above and compression below, “it’s very hard for those pieces of wood to move.” The interplay of wood and steel makes abstract reference to a Steinway concert grand, Saniee notes. “It’s taking elements of a piano and playing with them.” A gently curved soffit in the ceiling reinforces the visual rhyme. The jury admired the effect but was equally impressed with the technical acumen required to achieve it. “The rhythm established by the vertical rods sets up a rigorous discipline that works with the intricacies of stair dimensions,” observed one judge. “That’s really hard to do.”

Emilie Soulas

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