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Ottawa Interior Photography: Modern residence in Dunrobin by Christopher Simmonds Architect

This summer, we had the great pleasure of collaborating with Chris Simmonds Architects again, with some beautiful residences in the Ottawa region. Notably this little gem in Dunrobin on a gorgeous summer day. This house was recently featured on Archdaily.

From the architect:   “Simplicity and openness define the experience of being in this modest home. To the river, a continuous wall of glass spans the living, dining and kitchen space allowing a full panorama of the passing seasons.  Away from the water the view is framed and edited by a simple porch. The porch roof has been opened to create space from nature, a single Japanese maple which is inserted as a foil to the simple black stained cedar cladding of the house. The garage volume is differentiated from the house by a cladding of grey cement board. To the river, the simple cantilevered form of the deck is surrounded by frameless glass. The porch and deck, occurring opposite each other, stretch the space of the living room out into an experience of the landscape and provide varied options for sun, shade, shelter, and view.”

 

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