The structure was a small split level Californian ranch style built in 1954.
This was a new construction project in Corona del Mar. The luxury 4-Bedroom home is perched on Buck Gully canyon featuring commanding panoramic Pacific Ocean and Catalina Island views.
We designed the space with our signature Organic Contemporary style. Furthermore, we used lots of real wood, Calacatta marble, volcanic stone and many other natural materials. The finished product is indeed a modern home with newest technologies, high-end furniture and above all, luxurious materials sourced from Italy.
Newly reconstructed home by CdM Homes Inc.
The client wanted contemporary design with open space for his new upscale ”5-Bedrooms” investment property in Corona del Mar. The original design from the 1960’s featured a small kitchen in the center of the house. Updating the entire floor plan while staying within the existing footprint was a challenge to say the least.
In addition to an expansive open floor plan we went for clean lines, high-end furniture and light color scheme contrasted by lots of woods and brass. We enlarged the kitchen to the back and made it a through and through open space. The bespoke folding windows and doors connect the landscaped exterior to create a flow thats perfect for entertaining.
When we started the project it had very dated traditional look and style from the early 90’s. It had less than optimal floor plan and available build-able square footage.
We redesigned the traditional look from early 90’s into our signature Organic Contemporary style. In this instance our clients prioritized light color scheme and high quality furniture. The space had originally only 2-Bedrooms due to poor usage of space. We optimized the space and used available additional square footage resulting in a spacious 4-Bedroom with ample light in a contemporary open floor plan. Check out the photos before and after!
In collaboration with CdM homes