The house is located in North East part of Edmonton Alberta and 10 kilometers of downtown city.
The architecture is classified as Neo-traditional style, which is so common in Ebbers community. As main exterior finish material has been selected the traditional/clapboard profile siding with bold and simple wide trims, corner battens, window bands, shadow boards, porch columns and fascia’s painted in white color in order to contrast with dark color siding. For diluting the repetition it has been decided to emphasize the three façade sides with natural cedar shake tiles and urban black color brick veneer.
The interior is developed in minimalist style with sense of ample of light and air. At the very beginning when you enter inside opens the view to the perspective of the interior and natural light penetration from the “open to above” ceiling creates the atmosphere of contemporary dwelling where each focal point intriguing.
The upper floor corridor opens to below view to the entry and a great room. Beside the standard master bedroom and ensuite/walk in closet allocation it would be reasonable to highlight the feature of the upper floor such as shared walk in closet and bathroom for same gender kids rooms. Each kid has the doors to the same section.
The house is situated on sloped infill that allows to design the walkout basement.