Modern Trend House designed by David Small Designs is a new contemporary home with the design is respectful of the area’s established ethos. Indeed, it’s a growing trend in many suburban neighbourhoods: A new generation of homeowners is slowly transforming the look of established residential streets by tearing down older houses and replacing them with larger, more modern ones. As a result, on one street in the Mineola district of Mississauga, it also had David Small designing the transformation. His approach aims to put a respectful stamp on a modernizing trend.

The process involved with this project had several moving parts, but once completed, there is no mistaking the result: a unique, sleek, luxurious, drop-dead gorgeous of the real estate. It is designed home with a four-bedroom, two-storey modern project with 3,570 square feet of living space. The design also includes multiple social hubs (oversized kitchen island, covered porch, balcony lounge, basement bar/wine room, infinity pool), creating an environment ideal for entertaining.

The home’s interior is an open-concept floor plan that leaves the ground floor almost entirely open and reaches upward to create a two-storey family room. A floating staircase and glass rails contribute to the uncluttered flow that carries throughout the home. Without a doubt, this house is a really dream house with luxurious living spaces and high end amenities.

The Architecture Design Project Information:

Modern Trend House, Respects Established Ethos by David Small Designs
The backyard consisted of an established forest. The objective would be to pull that forest view into the house. And the way to do that is with glass. Also, this dictated the design of the rear of the new house. It would be a wall of glass.
Modern Trend House, Respects Established Ethos by David Small Designs
Modern Trend House, Respects Established Ethos by David Small Designs
The rear side is  mainly window, with the ledge rock retreating into an accent role and the aluminum defining the building’s levels, leaving the windows to take centre stage. 
Modern Trend House, Respects Established Ethos by David Small Designs
Besides, the dining room and kitchen are open and spacious. The cabinets made of engineered wood in a grey oak veneer and a matte lacquered finish. The countertops are clad in Glacier White Corian.
Modern Trend House, Respects Established Ethos by David Small Designs
In addition to this, the living room has a beautiful view of the backyard. The gas fireplace framed with a grey marble surround. The floors engineered white oak with a brushed oil finish.
Modern Trend House, Respects Established Ethos by David Small Designs
The feature wall in the master bedroom is covered with a textured wallpaper. Also, the room, which is on the second floor, opens onto a deck that includes an outdoor fireplace.

The Modern Trend House Gallery:

Text by the Architects: This custom home in Mississauga is a true reflection of the friendly, outgoing nature of its owner. It’s modern, yet inviting; open without feeling stark or museum-like. The low rooflines and clean line execution create a strong presence in the neighborhood without being overpowering.

Photo credit: Jason Hartog| Source: David Small Designs

For more information about this project; please contact the Architecture firm :
– Add: 1405 Cornwall Rd Unit 4, Oakville, ON L6J 7T5, Canada
– Tel: +1 905-271-9100
– Email: [email protected]

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