(Source: National Post)
How do you take a big traditional house and convert it into a sales space, complete with vignettes that reflect the style of more contemporary units yet to be built? How do you conjure living spaces that show off a transitional interior design, demonstrate the flexibility of the units and showcase the beauty of the property outside?
That was the challenge at Niche Development’s Edgemere Private Residences in Oakville. The model kitchen and living room vignettes – located in a former estate home that will be torn down once construction begins – aren’t actual representations of the upscale condominium townhouses that will be available, but they needed to demonstrate the tone of the site. The designer wanted to give buyers an idea of how they can integrate their furniture into future units, while offering glimpses of finishing choices and the views outside.
Read Lisa Van de Ven’s full article “Model: Spring has sprung” in the National Post (March 6, 2010).