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Amazing Solarium Steals the Show at this Renovated Mid-Century Bungalow

It is one thing to turn a forgotten old home into a cheerful and comfortable setting suited to the needs of a modern family. But the task becomes much more challenging when you need to convert a mid-century bungalow into a trio of modest dwellings along with a cool solarium at the heart of it all. Nestled in Radisson Heights – Albert Park, Calgary, Homeaway was designed by Studio North to showcase how an old residence can easily accommodate three compact homes even while holding a relaxing and practical greenhouse!

Terraced deck with integrated planters for the space-savvy, modern greenhouse

It is the main floor of the old building basement level and the garage that provide space for the three separate, yet symbiotic dwellings. Interior of each space is simple, uncomplicated in form and is centered on an open plan living area. A backdrop in white coupled with modern furniture and a flood of natural light create a serene and stylish interior that feels even more soothing as one steps into the fabulous shared solarium. The solarium itself is a place that combines green intent with tranquility and freshness to offer a safe, natural refuge amidst the concrete jungle.

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Fireplace at the entryway of the fabulous solarium gives the space a cozy appeal

Deck with integrated garden planters is a fun space-saver in the small greenhouse

Wooden frame of the solarium enhanced using metal joints

Diagonally braced lattice structure and polycarbonate screen bring in soft, diffused light

Living room in white with simple, unassuming decor

Light-filled kitchen with a casual central island and breakfast zone

Kitchen and small dining space rolled into one inside this Canadian home

A terraced deck with garden planters forms the central axis of the solarium with a roaring fireplace at the entry and relaxing seating welcoming the homeowners and guests gleefully. With a translucent polycarbonate cladding and wooden lattice structure, there is plenty of geometric contrast and filtered sunlight here for you to soak in. Simple in its form and rustic in theme, it is this gorgeous eco-friendly hub that makes this Canadian home so very special.

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Modern bathroom and corner shower area

Rustic finishes and industrial modern elements give the interior a comfy appeal

River rocks give the solarium a cool and elegant look

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