Marrying a sense of sophistication with old world charm the Cat Mountain Residence seems like an attempt to bring together the best of both worlds. And from where we sit Cornerstone Architects seem to have come up trumps in that exceptional endeavor!
Indulging in a colorful and relaxing environment allows you to explore the beauty of our diverse world. So many nuances that go through continuous changes as the light diminishes or increases.
Beverly Hills California is probably one of the most well-known neighborhoods in the entire planet. Associated with the of nearby tinsel town any home in this locality is indeed hot property. This elegant and refined residence takes the sophistication a couple of notches higher with its spacious interiors and equally appealing surroundings. The beautiful house is surrounded by lovely woodlands that offer ample privacy for those within. Step inside and the home instantly transports you into a stylish and sleek contemporary setting.
The task of adding a fresh extension to this Victorian house was entrusted to the architects from Jackson Clements Burrows who did an impeccable job of striking the perfect balance between the interiors and the exterior.
Walk through the long hallways and you’ll reach the bedroom; it’s airy bright and graceful in form. From the bedroom you connect with a modern bathroom. It has a charming walk-in shower (with a wood planked wall) beautiful quartz composite sinks and custom made wall panels to support them.
Brazilian walnut floors glossy marble surfaces and a large fireplace greet you as you enter the large and open living room. Extravagant use of glass allows for a seamless connectivity with the outdoors along with ample natural lighting.
Large floor-to-ceiling glass windows offer a seamless connectivity between the interiors and the green backyard. The kitchen and dining space have been crafted to keep them visually connected with the living area and a large Corian bench top along with bold pendant lights steal the show here. The nature of the home and its unique geometry meant that multiple layers of lighting had to be combined to bring the best of the interiors both in terms of form and functionality.