One of our most exciting projects is on the mountainside above Kelowna BC. This 6,500 square foot home was a full-home design by Everitt Design. It features a dramatically angled floor plan designed to allow for optimal views & natural light. It’s angled roofline mimicks and blends into the surrounding mountain landscape. The interior is dramatic yet simple, elegant and timeless with spectacular views from every room. Photography by Matt Szymkow, Sublime Photography
The main entry is a large vestibule with a floating wall to feature artwork both in the entry and Great room spaces.
Poolside Pergola - The project had many unique challenges - blasting the mountain to create a flat plateau for the home and pool; burying half of the lower level into the mountainside; construction the long access road up to the home and installing the geothermal heating and cooling system into the rock.
Great Room & Dining Area
Dining area open to the Great room but with a sense of space created by the walnut archway.
Stone column and light detail - The up/down lighting highlights the natural stone column on the interior and exterior.
Kitchen - The large U-shaped kitchen features appliance storage that recesses into the wall behind the backsplash, maintaining full counter depth.
Kitchen - The large storage wall contains a dish pantry, food pantry, large refridgerator and wall ovens.
Even the staircase to the lover level is highly detailed with an angled niche and floating bulkhead.
The Pool - This has to be one of the most beautiful pool settings that I have every seen. One of the major challenges involved blasting the mountain to create a flat plateau for the home and a recesses into solid rock for the pool.
With breathtaking views down to the lake and city of Kelowna.
Terraces were designed off the master bedroom and kitchen to provide shelter from the sun and rain as well as giving intimate seating options for entertaining guests.
Pool Area at Dusk.
Main Entry to home
A beautiful view!