The design of this house is configured to maximize privacy but still keeping the light and views. for more details, you can see the draw, click and see some pictures to explain privacy, light and views. Beachaus II built as five modules in a factory just across the border by Method Homes, LEED Platinum homes reached: the first in the area to achieve a level of sustainable design. Beachaus II is built in the City of White Rock, British Columbia.
With the motto “live smart, not great”. Beachaus II just over 2,000 sqft of living up to the developer (Inhaus Development). An approach truly hybrid used in construction, concrete garages provide a solid house feel substantial openness contrasts the modular upper level. An exterior staircase accessible from the living room, positioned in the exterior shroud and leads to a roof deck with a beautiful view of Semiahmoo Bay. You can see the view from the top, as he sat drinking coffee, reading and enjoying the morning air + view, it was very delicious.
Bedroom, bathroom, kitchen design, living room, family all well organized with the right lighting. White and a touch of brown wood furniture is perfect in this house. After seeing the interior of this house I am interested in decorating my house. How about you?
This house uses energy-efficient designs and technologies including, HRV air-exchange systems, high performance windows, radiant heating, tight thermal envelope with spray foam insulation high performance. Rainwater collected from the roof and used to help irrigate low-maintenance yard. See more pictures by clicking the image. Source: elementalarchitecture