Home is where you centre yourself. Within its four walls, you can rest and rejuvenate in comfort and peace. Many homes today tend to make technology the focal point of their home; the heart of their homes are the living spaces,
Home is where you centre yourself. Within its four walls, you can rest and rejuvenate in comfort and peace. Many homes today tend to make technology the focal point of their home; the heart of their homes are the living spaces, and those are built around the television. But why not use your essential family spaces to connect with nature, calm your nerves and root yourself in peace?
An interior atrium is an open-air section of the home, usually bordered by glass walls or sliding glass doors, where natural light and fresh air can enter. Popular in the past and found in both ancient Indian and ancient Roman architecture, modern atriums are making a resurgence.
Today’s homeowners value a central atrium for its versatility; potted trees, bushes and wall-climbing vines create a verdant, lush lung to purify the home; tiling the courtyard can create a cozy spot for morning coffees. For some, the atrium can be an airy dining room. We’ve even known the adventurous few who’ve turned their central atrium into an outdoor bath. Even if you choose not to turn the atrium into a living space, connecting both the upstairs and first floor with a sunlight-filled double-height atrium creates a breathtaking feature.
Carlisle own the largest range of house and land stock on the market and offer fixed price house and land packages.
In comparison to the industry the facade options and pricing range provides Carlisle Homes with a market advantage
High care factor throughout the process from start to finish. This is reflected via industry leading build times and build quality.
Anticipating the desire to integrate nature’s beauty into our modern living spaces, our designers have designed beautiful residential architecture with atriums integrated into their floor plans. Our designs use atriums to extend the entryway or living room vertically — we feel these areas benefit best from the cascade of natural light.
If the idea of a modern atrium intrigues you, get in touch. Our design team would be happy to talk you through our atrium-inclusive home floor plans.