The Bedford Park House Is A Contemporary Example Of Clean Luxury
Like every beautiful example of clean luxury, the Bedford Park House definitely deserves its place on our lists. The residence was designed by a Alex Tedesco, a senior associate from LGA Architectural Partners for its cousin in Toronto, Canada.
” When one of Alex’s cousins needed a house, he approached Alex to design his family’s Bedford Park home, giving Alex an opportunity to put his interests into practice. ”
For those of you who don’t know the LGA Architectural Partners is a remarkable team of building scientists and architects with their base in Toronto and Edmonton who manage to create ” sustainable, contextually-sensitive and socially-minded architecture. ”
The architectural firm was established in 1989 and since than they create works of art that express the highest aspirations and ideals of the client. The LGA Architectural Partners think that design is an essential tool for improving people’s lives. I couldn’t agree more!
Their projects include residential, educational, commercial, community, sustainable buildings with names like the Garden House, the Centre For Native Child & Family Well Being, the Kitchener Public Library and many more.
For those of you interested, in 2013, they won the Toronto Urban Design Awards – Special Jury Award and the Toronto Urban Design Awards – Award of Merit for NCFST’s Native Child & Family Life Centre.
This being said, let us now take a peak inside this remarkable home and see with our own eyes what Alex Tedesco has in plan for us!
The family sought a new home that fit aesthetically with the neighbourhood; to protect the very rare and mature magnolia and Japanese maple trees on the site; to create a house that could evolve with the changing needs of their large family;to build living conditions that they could grow old in; and since Alex’s cousin is a doctor who often works odd hours, he requested a private area where he and his wife could live opposite hours without interrupting one another’s sleep.
” Alex not only ensured that the house left enough space for the trees to mature over time, but also that the interior views framed these trees so that the family could enjoy them even when indoors.
Additionally, by limiting the size of the lawn and using self-sustaining plants, Alex simplified maintenance requirements. ”
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