Solaina DENIS. Home Design. December 22nd , 2016.
Welcome to E3 House that shows you a three storey contemporary dwelling that located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. This lavish home looks so stylish and attractive. E3 House is designed by a Canadian architect, Natalie Dionne. From afar, this home looks like a cubic home with straight line design and flat roof design. The exterior side of the house shows you brick wall design in dark color around the home building. It is nice to see the wooden panel accent that makes the house looks impressive.
You can find modern door design as the entrance door of the house. You also can see wide glass windows at the front side of the house. Go to the rear side of the house and you will find open space area with wooden deck. There is sliding door with glass material as the room connector between the outdoor and indoor area. After you finish with the exterior side of the house, then you can come inside the house. The interior design of the house shows you a classy appearance of three storey contemporary dwelling design.
It has modern contemporary interior design with eye-catching stairs design. Look at to the stairs and you will love to see floating modern stairs with black iron railings. This house has two different stairs design as you can see through the picture. The next stairs looks impressive with chucky wooden block as the stepping stairs. This house shows you spacious interior area in open floor scheme concept. It has modern kitchen design that becomes a part with the dining area.
The master bedroom is located at the second floor. You can reach it by using the floating chairs. It has modern bedroom design with smooth wooden floors. You also can see modern bathroom design with sliding blue door as the room separator between the bedroom and the bathroom. E3 house is a three storey contemporary dwelling concept in impressive appearance.
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