The Armada House by KB Design
Architects: KB Design
Location: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Area: 5,299 sqft
Photos: KB Design
It is as though “Naval force” was etched set up. With a concordantly adjusted foot shaped impression cut into the area and a dynamic configuration, it makes an unmistakable vicinity.
Contemporary lines utilize wood, steel, stone, and glass in wonderful equalization. Custom factory work and cherry manufactured ins intersperse each vitality productive room (brilliant in-floor warmed).
The private terraced decks offer sea perspectives, ideal for unwinding and captivating.
The five-foot VG fir turning front entryway opens to a 24′ tall bended rooftop chamber that falls with light. Bended steps lead port side to open living space encompassed by floor to roof glass. An earth neighborly Bamboo and brushed rock kitchen includes a 6″ thick terrazzo eating bar, open to the feasting and living territory. A twofold sided gas chimney and open cherry showcase divider look through to the chamber past.
The Master Suite offers perspectives of the sea from a bended inherent bed. The en-suite shower utilizes his and her vanities, a Japanese soaker tub, and an open slate shower/steam room. The stroll in wardrobe uncovers more cherry fabricated ins with en-suite clothing.
“Task force” represents current outline; the style, arrangement, and stream of indoor and open air spaces make this the perfect home to live and diverting, showcasing bends and points that pleasure of the eye.