Chelsea Hill House by Kariouk Associates
by Ted Savage / October 12, 2012
Incorporating the needs of teens and their adults as well, Chelsea Hill House by Kariouk Associates, in Chelsea, Quebec, places the younger generation - bedrooms, TV lounge, sports gear storage - on the ground floor, on a durable radiant concrete floor.


Communal public spaces and the master bedroom float above, with wood flooring, glass railings, higher ceilings, and views. Created on a modest budget, the solid masonry exterior effect is achieved with standard concrete blocks, arranged in an unusual and striking pinwheel pattern. Via ArchDaily. Photos: courtesy of Photolux Studios.

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