The Beaumont House by Henri Cleinge
The house which I’m going to write is the inspiration of all five senses. Completed in 2011, the house has 32200 ft2 wide area and located in Montreal, Canada. The house has concrete look which means you will as if see completely concrete building. The Beaumont house by Henri Cleinge has three levels and built in simple, box shaped structure. The look of the concrete wall can be seen blatantly even from distance. The house was built with modern style plan which is tried to be brought out by the designer.
The house has the most noticeable features which is the truth that almost all of the outer walls are built from concrete. But honestly I found the concrete walls look kind of rough and not really well finished, but maybe that is the look that the designer tried to create. When entering the house, especially the living area, the design interior is surely simple where you will find very modest interior plan. White sofa completed with oval black table as well as white carpet, surrounded with gray concrete structure makes the space looks modest. There is only a painting as the wall treatment behind the white sofa.
Beside concrete, the materials which are widely used are the wooden materials. For example the kitchen which is composed of wooden materials and concrete. Almost all of the materials used are from those two materials. But once again we find that the designer applied very simple style as well as interior design. You can find very simple cabinetry and round wooden table with simple wooden chairs as well as simple lighting fixtures above the table. We may feel the overall look of the house is like a raw design due to the look of the rough concrete and wood.