Lanefab Design constructed this stylish 1,050 square foot Laneway House in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada with efficient use of small spaces.
Monumental Coach House in Breukelen, Netherlands dates back to 1760. This former stable was converted into a modern home by Zecc Architecten, in collaboration with BYTR.
The interior of the newly renovated coach house is made entirely of solid oak. A wooden switchback staircase is the focal point of the house.
Renovated from the ground up, this four-storey carriage house in the East Village neighbourhood in New York City has a clean modernist interior design that is sophisticated. The house measures 2,300 square feet with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a study and a media room in the cellar. A brushed steel spiral staircase connects all the floors from the media screening room in the basement to the gourmet kitchen on the second floor all the way to the rooftop terrace.
Coach Houses, or Laneway Houses, have been permitted and become popular in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada in recent years. A laneway house is an additional detached dwelling located in the garage area of a single family lot. Built alongside the main house, a laneway house can be for family or rental use.
This stylishly furnished coach house designed by LaneFab Design has an attractive modern interior decor. There are nice touches throughout such as the built-in bedside wall stands, which make clever use of tight spaces. The two-level, two-bedroom house offers elegant living in a small home.