Andrew Diesel. Design. March 16th , 2017.
The Stacked House is a modern terraced house in Montreal, Canada. NatureHuamine is an architectural firm that creates this 2,518 square feet project. From the outside, this house has simple and modern design. The house contains of four level floors with different look on each floor from outside. There is an entrance porch with wooden door. It directly accesses the street with just a little bit space for ornamental plants in front of the building.
The interior of this house is really great. The designer brings modern terraced house design all over the sides. There is a little courtyard inside with a space of ornamental plants and vines that luxuriantly grow on the bricks wall. Glass sliding doors surround that small courtyard. There is a living room with wooden floor and white wall behind the glass walls. Grayish sectional sofas stand and complete the space that face to wall mounted wooden television desk.
On the opposite side, there is a dining room that opens to a kitchen. Scandinavian chairs surround a wooden dining table and complete the dining room tidily. Right beside that, there is a kitchen in stylish and modern furnishings. Red countertop sides and white shaker cabinets beautifully fill the area. Even black slight stools accentuate the kitchen fashionable design. A hole above the kitchen is a way for natural light to shine the kitchen.
Wooden floors spread out entire the home and make the interiors warm in natural woods. Wooden steps chairs also connect each room warmly with black steel slight frames. There are plenty of glass walls in this house. Even it has limited space each floor, but those glasses make this house bright during daytimes. Those bright effects with white walls make this house looks spacious and comfortable even in the bathroom. This house with easy accessed terraced house plans each floor can be an inspirational small urban house.
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