Electric Bowery is behind a newly developed contemporary house that harmonizes both industrialist and naturalist aesthetics. A stone landscaped path leads the way to a long wooden door, behind which lies an open ground floor plan making space for the living room, the stepped-down dining room, the kitchen, and library. The kitchen is defined by wood cabinets flowing through to the library area while the light grey kitchen counter matches the concrete floor, reinforcing the marriage between wooden touches with more industrial elements. Sliding glass doors open up to a backyard equipped with a swimming pool, outdoor dining area, kitchen, and a sunken lounge with a fire pit fit for social gatherings. The floors are made navigable by a steel staircase with glass barricading and wooden handrail. The top floor makes room for a study space overlooking the neighborhood. Concrete and French oak flooring have been featured throughout the bedrooms.
The home is currently listed for sale through Halton Pardee + Partners for a cool $3.75 million USD.
- Brandon Arant