This Contemporary style home is located at 102 Crescent Road NW in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It was designed by Paul Lavoie and is perched on an exclusive point on the ridge just north of downtown and boasts stunning mountain and city views. It features approximately 10,000 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 6 full and 2 half bathrooms, 2-story foyer with sweeping staircase and Guggenheim inspired glass dome ceiling, formal dining room, living room with floor-to-ceiling windows, gourmet kitchen with sitting area, 2nd floor conservatory and a 3rd floor library/den. The lower level features a gym, media room, family room with bar and 2 of the 6 bedrooms. The home also features a 3-car garage that can accomodate an RV, swimming pool, multiple balconies and a rooftop deck with  hot tub. It is listed at $11,500,000.

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  • Daniel

    The exterior is absolutely one of the most disgusting I have ever seen. Looks like a cold, soulless, piece of wet concrete with some office building windows stuck in the side of it. Heinous. The interior isn’t nearly as horrific. I actually like the living room, kitchen, master suite and the theater. The dining room reminds me of something that you would in the sequel to “The Cell”.




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  • ted

    the exterior is fugly but that view of the city is beautfiul.




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  • rob

    Beautliful modern home. I love the architecture and the setting is great. I think in this case overlooking the freeway adds to the modern aesthetic. The decorator did a great job of integrating some really high quality design in the furnishings. I think that a good modern is all about setting and this urban setting really suits this house.




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  • Grrrowler

    This has too much of the things I don’t like in contemporary houses, and not enough of the things I do like. In short, I just don’t like it.




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    • DR.VEGAS

      Exactly what I was thinking.No pool…a funky setting without comparable surrounding architecture.The interior careens from “ultra modern” to “retro-Scarface”. It just misses on too many points.




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  • lambskin

    The masterbath is cool.




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