Randy Bens Architect presents a contemporary house called Chilliwack in New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada by embossing the good-looking house facade of square timber construction. Completes in 2011. The exterior shows two separated buildings in the same face of angled wooden frame. Neat green garden setting in front of the living home enhances the dark and fine furnished outer wall. The rear also gets the magnificent design where the bluestone helps on the flooring and wall cladding. Small blue pool supports rear exterior view with construction feet of this building seems to get submerging on it.
The beauty of this modern house facade comes into the interior design as the exterior has. Minimalist and fashionable furniture sets help to fill up every space upon the solid assembly of dark tiles. Living space is a sharing area for sitting, dining, and cooking activities have no border or partition. Thus it provides an easy access to each other space. Various styles of the furniture also enhance the artistic side of this neoteric setting.
Wide glass folding door becomes the main entrance from the outside into the living room. Two stylish white chairs incorporate with modest matte sofa fulfilling the sitting room. Four different sizes of curvy tables cooperate in welcoming every guest with the seats. Lower ceiling shades the kitchen and dining space about the sitting area. Small modern kitchen set is nicely organized within wooden cabinetries and solid white countertop cover.
It is only four chairs in the dining room to accommodate small family member. Chic design of the furniture looks so elegant and matching with the artistic pendant lamp above it. By the dining area, stone made stair-steps lead up to the next floor which has wooden floor covering the base part. It resembles with the modern house facade design that employing the same material but in different color.
Photography by : Roger Brooks Photography