The 'Beaumont House' by Canadian architect Henri Cleinge is awe-inspiring. The modular and minimalist abode has an industrial feel and is a modern wonder.
The 'Beaumont House' is a highly sophisticated design concept. The massive space features clean-lines, a sleek interior and a cubist-inspired exterior. The home is purposely fragmented and juxtaposes natural elements such as wood ceilings with the stark concrete frame. The entire exterior walls are composed of concrete. This allows the building to be sturdy and weather resistant. The stunning home features an interior with a spacious double height living room that exposes an abundance of natural light. The interior of the home fuses together walnut and cedar wood details with the smooth concrete textures.
The 'Beaumont House' by Henri Cleinge is a masterpiece and triumph in contemporary architecture.
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