Partnered with David Penner Architect, the 1970’s era home was transformed from brown to light light gray and expanded using cantilevered additions added to the front kitchen (right) and side ensuite (left). The interior was completely transformed. Photo Credit: Artistic Impressions Photography.
The fireplace surround is limestone and drywall, creating a clean detail allowing the ceiling and views to be the prominent features of the space.
Working with David Penner Architect, we completely redesigned this Winnipeg river lot home. Few materials were used throughout the home - slate floors, limestone, maple wood and off-white walls/cabinets. The focus was on views and minimalism.
The elegant living room is dominated by the vaulted wood ceiling and stunning river/forest view. The furniture is by B&B Italia.
An cantilevered addition projects the kitchen window out into the front forest. Floating kitchen cabinets allow natural light to flood the space.
Glass walls were added between the kitchen and the rear music room to allow for views from the kitchen to the front and rear forest.
Simplicity at its finest with clean lines and minimal finishes with glass wall panels and a floating limestone slab
A small cantilevered addition was added to the ensuite to give private views from the bathtub to the river/forest.