The top level houses the private areas which include the bedrooms bathrooms and additional sleeping quarters. The innovative design of the house extends the living space outdoors and gives those inside a sense of openness and a perfect opportunity to enjoy.
Conjured up and brought to life by Ranquist Development Group all the condominiums in the structure make a similar style statement and vary between in size. An open-plan living area with an elegant kitchen and smart dining space leads into the bedrooms the master suite and the versatile work areas.
Presenting a sleek contemporary appeal from the outset the house paints a beautiful picture as the dark exterior complements the extensive use of glass in a balanced and aesthetic fashion. While the street façade of the house keeps away any prying eyes the backyard opens up to a lavish deck space complete with an outdoor lounge and a refreshing pool right next to it. An extensive garden around the house presents the perfect backdrop for this minimal home that charms with a smart use of diverse textures.
Surrounded by a gorgeous natural canopy in Tallinn is a beautiful modern residence that blends an effortless indoor-outdoor interplay with ample privacy. Taking complete advantage of the scenic landscape around the house architects from Arch-D have shaped a trendy contemporary space that places emphasis on the view outside. Large glass walls and sliding doors ensure that the living space is extended into the natural deck outside while the double-height living room paints an airy and cheerful picture.
While the exterior of the house is draped in wood the interior has a more modern appeal with concrete and glass being used in a balanced fashion. Adjoining the living room on the lower level is a beautiful dining space that is illuminated by the iconic Caboche Chandelier and the Arco-style floor lamp in the living room adds to the elegance of the space. The living area is visually connected with the large deck outdoors while a modern kitchen gaming room and utility space are located on the opposite side of this floor.
And did I mention one of the most intriguing aspects of the house? I could see myself enjoying a good book by the fire while the wind and rain storm outside. Or maybe I’m daydreaming again.
The draws inspiration from both the Anglo-Saxon heritage of the region while borrowing freely from the more popular trends of French Canada! The exterior of the modern residence was crafted using the same black slate found in the other homes of the area and the interior offers a stylish blend of glass wood and concrete.