New construction, custom designed home in Asheville, NC by ACM Design Architecture and Interiors
Luxury retirement home design for stone house in the mountain community of Asheville, NC
White brick and stone mountain home
Three-car garage with wood stained doors
Large front windows with black frames on stone-clad house
Stunning French Contemporary, European-influence Mountain Home
Front entry and walkway to white stone and brick mountain home
Front entry with original artwork and sophisticated modern furnishings
Interior entryway of mountain home with unique light fixture in 2-story foyer to lower level
Interior design of modern eclectic luxury living room
Formal Living area of mountain home with wall of windows
Fireplace separting living room and dining room
Formal dining room with original painting
Custom range hood in kitchen with marble counters and gray cabinets
Modern Mountain Home design with Sunny Kitchen
Accent wall with collector's plates in kitchen
Kitchen pantry and Butler's pantry
Casual dining space off of kitchen
Gallery wall of original art
Two-story foyer with staircase to lower level
Sophisticated interior design for Second living area on lower level of mountain home
View down the hall to second master suite on lower level
Custom furniture at the bottom landing of the staircase
mountain-home-stairwell-carpet
Second master suite with pitched ceiling on lower level of moutain home
Wet bar in basement with concealed dishwasher
Breezeway from three car garage to main home. Breezeway with seating area.
Aerial view of French Contemporary, Modern Ranch Home
Rear elevation of French Contemporary home in Asheville, NC
Covered porch off bedroom at the side of the home
Back view of new construction home in Asheville with full walkout lower level basement
Deck off of kitchen with dining and seating area
Back porches and decks and patios at rear elevation of mountain home
covered porch off of lower level master suite
Designing an outdoor entertaining area in Asheville, NC
Rear view of sophisticated european-inspired modern mountain home
Custom designed mountain home with outdoor living area including firepit
Mountain home firepit with cobblestone pavers in circular pattern with walkway
Nightime view of new Asheville home with European-influenced Architecture by Architects at ACM Design
Front elevation of ACM Design architecture & interiors designed custom home

The Lumiere House

ACM Design Wins Best Architecture North Carolina

Construction on this French Contemporary home in Asheville, NC has just been completed. The home represents a blending of old world glamour and contemporary style. Large expanses of glass provide an interesting counterpoint to the massive stone exterior walls. The interior rooms flow together seamlessly, creating a perfect setting for entertaining friends or for quiet evenings at home. Modern outdoor living spaces unfold into the wooded landscape beyond to create an amazing continuity of space.

This home was awarded the prestigious, Best Architecture for Single Residence in North Carolina from the International Property Awards. The interior design for this home was also recognized as an Award Winner for Private Residence in North Carolina. Learn more about the awards in our blog.

We are baby boomers (1 couple and 1 single friend) who have decided to live together so we can all age in place. We needed 2 master bedrooms, and plenty of public space so we can all live comfortably and happily together. After interviewing a few architects to build our new home, we chose Amy for several reasons. Despite the fact that it took 2 years to relocate, retire and find an appropriate building lot, Amy never lost touch with me to see where we were with our relocation. When assessing what kind of home we wanted, we filled out a 14 page (YES! 14) questionnaire encompassing style to function, and everything in between. It forced us to think about how we were living, how we wanted to live, how our lives would be changing since we no longer work (Goodbye work wardrobes, hello mountain casual!). While it seemed a daunting exercise, it saved us time & money in the design phase. From there, ACM worked closely with us on a number of ideas for our home, always taking into account what WE wanted, and refining our ideas. Because the firm also does interiors, it’s a one-stop shopping experience, too. Our furniture is being incorporated, repurposed, & reupholstered to go with the new house. There is no aspect of the interior that Amy & her talented team aren’t attending to, with our blessing. Her taste level is exquisite, and again, she presents ideas to us based on what we currently own, how we live, and what we’ve indicated to her that we’re interested in, along with anticipating possible future needs (like an elevator). She guided, she nudged, she revisited the plan until it became as perfect as it could be. The outcome will be a beautifully designed and appointed home that is distinctly ours. ACM is also there to interface between the home owner and builder. On-site meetings are held regularly with the builder to monitor progress and quality, and to answer any questions that may arise on the job-site. She’s a superb go-between for the homeowner and builder. Much time is taken to explain and interpret building techniques & phrases with which lay people are unfamiliar. Never do we feel like we’ve been left blowing in the wind, and we always feel like we’re getting a solid house that’s better than we ever imagined. We could never, EVER have embarked on this project without ACM Design.

 

–The Homeowners

 

Drone Footage of the Exterior

 

Initial Concept Drawing

Architect Design Services Mountain Homes in Asheville

Architect:

ACM Design PA

Interiors:

ACM Design PA

Builder:

BlueStone Construction

Landscape:

Cloos Landscape Architecture

Photos:

Carl Amoth, Kevin Meechan. Amy Conner-Murphy

Location:

Asheville, NC

Category:

Asheville, NC, Custom New Home, Interior Design, Outdoor Living

Tags:

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