This house is complete with a three-stop custom residential elevator. This elevator will take you down to the garage level, up to the second floor main living areas or up to the third floor guest quarters and office.
The custom elevator stops at the third floor of this contemporary residence where you can see a glimpse of the large window wall with great views. The overlook was carefully placed along with the two-story window wall placement so that the view could be seen just as well from this level as the main level living below.
Even functional spaces can be stylish. A mirror helps to visually expand the elevator, while rustic woods add warmth underfoot. Classic moldings add architectural detail and traditional style to the space.
In the bathroom, the design in the space is still sleek and modern, but the use of textured materials, such as the textured tile and scored concrete add a bit of dimension and interest to the small bathroom space.
For a little bit of flash going up the stairs, designers created walls out of scored concrete. Then, they installed a metallic flooring that would reflect light and help brighten up the heavy, darker space with a bit of pizzaz.
The home's exterior reflects the openness of the interior design-with large windows on each level and the balcony attached to the third floor bedrooms, the design of the home helps to create the feeling of openness and connectedness from the outside to the inside.
The exterior of this renovated, ultra-modern home stands proud as a fantastic example of functional, exemplary design. The lower level houses a garage, while the second story contains the home's common spaces. The third floor boasts all the home's bedrooms. The interior, as well as exterior, spaces have all been designed from the ground up to reflect this clean, elegant, modern design.