Designed for our new concept home in Canterbury, now open, this facade has been inspired by French provincial design which is particularly suited to the leafy suburb it will be situated in.
Our design team have added modern influences to the classic style to refine the look, keeping it timeless and sophisticated. For this particular home, we have added a basement due to the fall of the land and the clients’ requirements, however this facade would look equally as impressive with a garage door in place of the three sets of French windows to the left.
The render colour was carefully chosen to be less traditional with a medium warmth that works together with the roof colour and windows. The mouldings are complimentary to the period inspiration as they add detail and articulation to the facade.
The roof is typically provincial in the angles we have chosen, however the materials we’ve used are dark and strong which come from more of a modern influence, making it more prominent.
This design is very different to the Contemporary facade we have displayed in the past, which shows our versatility and capability to design homes to suit all types of buyers.
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