Petaluma House


Petaluma House 
Photo credit: Adrian Ozimek

Petaluma House, a split-level, open plan contemporary dwelling is located in a rural subdivision near Whitby. Surrounded by very traditional custom homes, this gem stands out with its’ clean lines, prominent roof lines and an elegant composition.

Designed for a retired professional, both function and flexibility of space played a large role in the layout of spaces.

A double-height glazed atrium filled with bamboo trees at the entrance brings natural daylight into the lower level entertainment and recreation rooms. An elegant, open-riser concrete and steel stair accentuates this space, nestled between the tall vegetation and an indoor waterfall.

The main living space encompasses an open kitchen, with a dining room, and a screened porch which has the ability to merge with the interior or the outside of the dwelling.

The slightly lowered living room is fully glazed and is connected with an ipe balcony.

Elements of whitewashed Douglas Fir cedars and soffits, mahogany, concrete and glass appear throughout the house, providing a natural, yet timeless palette.




















About TMA: Trevor McIvor Architect

Trevor McIvor Architect Inc is a client-driven group of enthusiastic and experienced designers and constructors that produce the highest quality single family and multi-unit residential buildings.

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