This Mediterranean home is updated with contemporary front door and and exterior lighting. The updated contemporary fiberglass front door pairs with the Mediterranean style of the exterior for a juxtaposition that is a instant update.
The home's front yard and driveway have subtle, but compelling landscaping. Bricks carve out a circle in front of the house and garage. Terraced garden beds accompany a flight of steps down to a lower patio.
The exterior walls and fences have supporting elements and were considered an extension of the house. Restricting the amount of materials and plants used was not only a reflection of how the house was designed, but also helps to create more visual space and more graphic site-lines in keeping with the style of the house.
This remarkable home fits gracefully into its surrounding desert landscape with stucco walls and stone tile walkways. The roof is broken up into separate segments, some of which are arched cantilevers, leaving sightlines open inside.
The client’s fascination with the colors and detail of period Victorian homes was the impetus for this more modern interpretation of a Second Empire Victorian. The client always loved the style of the house from the "Adams Family" television show.
Now here's a nice place to come home to! In Vancouver, British Columbia, this four-bedroom beauty boasts sleek contemporary style, gorgeous landscaping and lots of fun extras like a gym, sauna and home theater!