As you can probably tell by now, we love stunning architecture. While we’ve seen plenty of unique examples such as brutalist and minimalist designs, today we take a look at something quite unique. The Ketch Harbour House is anything but typical. The home consists of a cluster of volumes cast from concrete. The home seems like it was created from granite, sitting adjacent to 1,600 feet of oceanfront.
The home is surrounded by 41 acres of natural wilderness and was designed by New York-based studio Alexander Gorlin and Associates. Contrasting the rugged surroundings, the structure offers a clean, minimalist approach. The house was built to withstand the harsh environment, doing so thanks to a combination of steel and concrete construction. The design is capped off by a zinc roof, while the interior features several compelling options as well.
The interior includes heated limestone floors and modern fixtures, while contemporary finishes add to its charm and allure. The contemporary dwelling boasts 6,000 square feet of living space, while expansive Starphire glass window walls connect the indoors and outdoors seamlessly.
The Ketch Harbour House is nothing short of brilliant. It’s a perfect showcase of modern architecture while offering a dose of luxury in the process. Take a closer look at this beautiful home in the images below and find out more now from the DuPont Registry. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more modern design and contemporary architecture coming soon.
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