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Looking at 44 Belvedere Residence in Ontario first at the front and then at the back, you get a completely different perception of its architectural structure and the way it is performed. The house has a contrasting front and rear. The introverted, closed front facade hides and protects the interior from prying eyes of passers-by, and the extroverted rear facade, which is proudly and freely open to the outside and allows each piece of nature to peek inside it.
This double nature house is made Guido Costantino, who decided to make a spacious interior, with comfortable rooms with minimalist and industrial elegance and style. With the layout, the materials used and the minimal decor, the house fully meets the needs and desires for housing, creating a relaxing and warm atmosphere. Despite the contrast of the facade, there is a contrast of the color palette used for the exterior and the interior. Dark, gray-black facade and bright neutral interior is what makes 44 Belvedere Residence result in aesthetic architectural, exterior and interior balance.
The luxurious house unites various materials – wood, stone, concrete and glass at extremely appropriate way. The simple and clean lines that feature the interior of the house are reflected in the selection of minimal decor, which contributes to simpler housing.