Elaine Cecconi is both the designer and the owner of this brilliant residence known as 6a Brockton House. Part of the Canadian design firm Cecconi Simone, Elaine Cecconi knew exactly what she wanted and how to accomplish the ideal interior design for her home, built in Toronto, Canada, on a quiet residential street. The residence was build between two other houses, with not much space available. This led to an amazing design incorporating lines and volumes that remind of a warehouse or a factory. Even the huge facade windows of the four storey home have a clear resemblance of those of an industrial building. The interior was cleverly designed to make use of fine materials and divide the space according to the functions needed: â€œThe extensive use of Corian, honed concrete floors and Brazilian Ipe speak to the durability of the residence, while clever room dividers, abundant storage and the oversize kitchen respond to the needs of everyday living. The flexible floor plan provides up to 4 bedrooms, and can easily be adapted for creative or professional use.â€ Modern and spacious, the 6a Brockton House has every room detailed with clean and contemporary lines. Especially the kitchen makes a statement of professional design and adds to the general feeling of overwhelming beauty.
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