T Residence – Sutton, Quebec, Canada By Natalie Dionne Architecture



A structure comprised of stacked box volumes, T Property is a present day dream property in Sutton, Quebec, Canada made by Natalie Dionne Architecture for a expanding family members.

What is most eye-catching are the various materials employed: composite concrete panels, timber and corten steel. This lovely mix of earthy facades contributes a distinctive character to this single-family dwelling. Its place makes it possible for for different sunlight positioning during the day, as well as visual accessibility to water whether by way of the swimming pool, water features or close by stream.

Even though completely contemporary, the interiors of this house also boast a warmth not generally discovered in this kind of a linear framework. Polished concrete floors radiate with heat throughout colder months, while wood flooring and customized paneling and developed-in furnishings add a cozy power to the multi-degree living spaces. A central patio connects the main residing regions to one particular another and is exposed to the sky.

The sunken family space is one such room which entices one to nestle up in front of the wood-burning fireplace with a good guide. The corten steel witnessed on the exterior is brought inside creating a spectacular installation. A wealthy red ar2rk fills one principal wall and is perched in excess of the sleek contemporary sofa program. A corner glass window produces the feeling of lounging on the edge of the house, a very awesome result.

With a marvelous mesh of wood, concrete and glass the kitchen is a dream culinary zone. Plentiful counter room and sliding panel cabinetry doors let for highest flexibility for storage and displays. The center island is stunning and receives a prime wood block which would seem to hover over the mass. Complete volume glass windows and doors soak up the outdoor scenery which is filled with lush woodlands and views of the distant mountains.

Upstairs, the master suite is one more portrayal of timber and glass with butterfly glass doors which rest upon the structure’s edge and entirely open to the outside world. A platform bed is rooted in the middle of the area, generating an airy vibe. The bathroom attributes clerestory windows flush with the walls and glass partitions which enable the bountiful organic light to dance.

T Home is a modern day dream house designed to give a livable area for its loved ones, although seamlessly connecting with nature.