Courtyard House by Lifespaces Group

From looking at the properties that we’ve featured on the pages of The Coolector previously, you’ll likely realise that we’ve certainly got a type when it comes to the sort of architectural designs that we like and sitting flush in the middle of these tastes is the extraordinary looking Courtyard House from Lifespaces Group.

The Courtyard House from Lifespaces Group is an aesthetically astounding piece of architectural design that has the sort of industrial look and feel that we love alongside some eye-catching contemporary design features that are sure to appeal to fans of modern living. This superb piece of design has a material palette consisting of muted bluestone and natural hardwood which delivers a sophisticated and understated not to mention robust family home.

Understated Cool

As the name suggests, most of the living spaces here are arranged around a central courtyard and this draws both light and breezes into the property which is important because it creates a strong connection between all of the individual living zones in the Courtyard House. High ceilings are immediately evident within the property and vast glazing positively fills the living areas with an abundance of natural light.

The semi-enclosed courtyard of this stunning piece of design from Lifespaces Group acts as its own outdoor room as it were, a space for entertaining or relaxing onto which all of the internal rooms flow. The Courtyard House from Lifespaces Group has plenty of impressive features and additions which make this such a great home for its current occupiers. This includes an oversized double garage with attached workshop or storage room, Spanish DEKTON Ultracompact surfaces throughout, premium Swiss appliances from Vzug and Airsmart 700 concealed ducted hydronic heating with refrigerated cooling.

We love the aesthetics of the Courtyard House both externally and with the amazing attention to detail that has gone into the interior design. With two living rooms and an abundance of bedrooms and a stunning kitchen, this is certainly the sort of property that we aspire to at Coolector HQ and for those of you with a penchant for contemporary living, you’ll be bowled over by what’s on offer tee at well.

Clever Use of Materials

The deployment of the minimalistic muted bluestone is perfectly balanced with the use of natural hardwoods in the Courtyard House and, in our opinion, it strikes the perfect balance from an aesthetic point of view. A wonderfully conceived piece of architecture where a lot of thought has gone into the choice of materials and the overall visual impact it delivers, it’s hard not to be won over by the Courtyard House.

Architecture of this calibre doesn’t come along everyday and deserves to be celebrated. The Courtyard House from Lifespaces Group has captured our architectural imagination here at Coolector HQ with its bold visuals and first class features throughout and we can’t wait to see what other properties emerge from their stable in 2018.

Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.