Lake front cottage
The structural glass railing offers an unobstructed view of the floor to ceiling windows and the surrounding forest and lake setting.
Fir treads, steel stringers and structural glass railings make this stair a striking focal point. The 100 year old barn board offers a textured and rich back drop.
Extensive use of acid etched glass on both on the interior and exterior glazing applications offer soft light and privacy.
Large, second story windows and doors. The corner windows offer a 180 degree view, while the large venting window offers efficient ventilation, the tempered glass and custodial locks offer safety and security.
Two story black vinyl windows offers and outstanding view and openness. The glass and wood stairs float against a barn board wall. Baltic Birch plywood paneling finishes the ceiling.
Perched on a granite sheer, the expansive use of glass offers spectacular views to the surrounding forest and lake.
The large bank of windows running the length of the staging area all tilt for complete and efficient ventilation. The black building is solidly anchored by the natural granite sourced on-site. The built up landscaping offers water handling from the roof via drainage tiles and the tall grass soften...
The entire length of the staging area has large windows that tilt in for ventilation. The space is used for staging and efficient movement through the building and the benches provide much opportunity for socializing and overflow seating.
The hub of this contemporary cottage remains the kitchen. The granite island is central to entertaining and has a live edge maple servery running its length. The large tilting windows create a breathtaking view at any time of the day and provide natural light. In counter recessed plugs allow for...
In the summer, the large bi-fold doors open to create an uninterrupted outdoor living space. Lunch, dinner, conversation and lounging are all done outdoors behind the screened wall. Low visibility screening and a glass railing provide a breathtaking view. Close the doors and the space becomes a...
The acid etch structural glass railing provides a cozy and private refuge. The balcony serves the master bedroom ensuite bathroom and the etched glass provides a soft contrast to the black building. Structural stand-offs fasten the glass to the building and eliminate the need for posts.
The living room of this lake cottage opens up to an outdoor living space via large bi-fold doors - creating two separate spaces within one. The fir paneling and barn board walls soften the room taking full advantage of the natural light provided by the large expanse of glass,
This lake front cottage glows ember through the bronze reflective glass and extensive use of acid etched glazing. As night falls, the building softens against the forested setting.
The large floor to ceiling corner windows open up the bedroom areas to an expansive view of the lake setting. Bronze reflective glass offers privacy and softens the light while reflecting the natural forest setting.