Wednesday, 13 March 2013

The Beaumount House

The other day I was scouring Pinterest, since I had some time on my hands, and I came across this house that just seemed to pop out of the screen of my laptop, because of the way it uses one of my favorite materials- exposed concrete! The first image that I saw of this house was of its double height living room, and it was love at first site- I had to take a closer look. 

Located in a mixed use neighbourhood in Canada, The Beaumount House is designed by Henri Cleinge. To be honest, while I thought the exterior design of the house was ok, I was not 'wowed' by it. But the interiors are a whole other story. Bathed in shafts of filtered sunlight, that seem to dance across the stately exposed concrete walls and polished concrete floors, the interiors of this house are a dream!

The house subtly explores the play of volumes from within and the beautiful relationship that wood and concrete can have when used with balance and sensitivity. I simply love the interplay between, the softness of the simple walnut cabinetry and cedar ceilings, and the hard austereness of uncompromising concrete.

Take a look! 

[All images- I Like Architecture]


  1. Hi there!
    got here through indi blogger and I am impressed, will take a look at the other posts :)

    this is a good looking house on the inside...although personally i prefer a little (lot) more color :) but sturdy industrial finishes and filtering sunlight is good combination!

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  2. Hi Deepa

    Thanks for dropping in... and thanks so much for the kind words. You are right, this house is def for those who like the minimal look, but the sunlight in the house in an amazing feature.


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