This modern ‘block townhouse’ is part of a new development in Toronto Canada. The house interior is relatively modest in scale but its urban interior design is ultra stylish.
Designed by Cecconi Simone to make the most of the modest proportions, this urban townhouse interior has a polished and luxurious appeal. The designer explains that this house has been organized to suit an urban lifestyle and although on the surface the project looks simple it actual conceals a number of complex features.
Distinctive Urban Interior Design in Toronto, Canada
The style of the urban interior design is largely open plan and embraces the modern desire for freedom of movement. Different living and working zones are united but also instantly identifiable as areas with separate functions and moods. There are three distinctly identifiable areas within the living space these are for; cooking, dining and living in. Dynamic interrelations between surface planes are created through the range of materials, textures and colors used. Some are matte and others highly polished, some reflective and others transparent or opaque. Light and dark is also used to dramatic effect.
Within this attractive urban interior design areas that need to be more welcoming and intimate are decorated in dark browns whereas more open spaces benefit from white lacquer finishes. LED accent lighting on features such as the oak staircase add interest and depth.
The interior space is compact, to ensure the urban interior design retains its streamlined elegance many furniture units are built into the overall design scheme. This ensures that the aesthetic appeal of the architectural integrity isn’t compromised. Everything has a purpose and a place, sliding panels are used to conceal items that would otherwise clutter the space and interrupt the harmony of the design scheme. Layers of lighting enhance each area individually, adding ambience to different zones. This project was conceived as a united composition and one where the sleek and stylish interior was intended to remain as perfect as the day it was first completed.