Welcome to Forum City. Presenting Westboro Home. The house is located in Ottawa, Canada. Its unusual concept combined with an intricate architectural design makes it unique and unrepeatable.
The main problem was the narrow space between neighboring houses, as well as the level of the ground. The whole thing is that the buildings are located on a slope at a steep angle, therefore, the area of the building had to be placed at different distances and heights. This step was taken so that the house would not tilt to the side over time and the sun's rays would be evenly distributed on the surface without creating shade from neighboring buildings.
The house is stretched lengthwise, so it was necessary to experiment with the space. Stained glass windows create lightness and openness and visually expand the rooms. The combination of wood and glass in the interior emphasizes stability, coziness, comfort and at the same time weightlessness. The zoning allows the family to feel in harmony. The first floor flows seamlessly into the second. It is divided into a living room with fireplace, kitchen, dining area.
The second floor houses three bedrooms and stunning bathrooms created in the same concept as the rest of the interior.
Materials provided by Kariouk Associates architectural firm.