Today in this exciting forum we will again look at the unusual architecture and contrasting design of the Glebe Residence.
The structure is located in Ottawa and before restoration, it was 655.36 sq.. The architects added 139 sq.. By creating an additional floor. The building originally had only 2 stories of brick. The additional, third floor is made with black metal panels, which creates a unique color contrast.
But that's not all: the new level is laid out in a way that visually causes a complete break in the geometry of the house, which is its main highlight.
The stylish design of the interior is designed to match the color scheme – almost all rooms show a contrast of white and black.
In addition to abundant light the whole house has many windows and large glass doors, which contributes to the natural light in the rooms, making the interior environment clear at any time of the day.
Courtesy of Batay-Csorba Architects.