Inside the house sliding doors shape a dynamic environment where the public spaces can be transformed into private nooks with ease. A gorgeous home office and library on the ground floor is flanked by a beautiful kitchen dining space and a simple living area. Bedrooms and bathrooms are located on both levels of the house while minimal decor gives the interior an airy and spacious appeal.
Heavy wooden surfaces natural stone and elegant calming hues were brought in to give the home this distinct fusion of styles. While vivid Moroccan rugs still hold sway in the living area the rest of the home keeps pops of color to a bare minimum.
Custom-crafted interiors sophisticated decor with Italian panache and energy-efficient installations in the kitchen give each condominium a distinct appeal. Redesigned from a “stalled recession-era construction project” the is a combination of smart design solutions and affordable building practices.
Hot-rolled steel siding and a charred oak entry door welcome you into the beautiful building where each condominium combines practicality and aesthetics in a transitional fashion. While the lobby is drenched in bold hues the interiors of each condominium are draped in lovely neutral tones and a crisp contemporary style.
While the focus at the 65BTP-House remains firmly outside the interior reflects the homeowner’s passion for nature and the effort of the architects to craft a residence that exudes this love. While the color scheme is kept largely neutral with white dominating the interior the addition of smart wooden surfaces brings warmth and textural contrast instantly. A stunning spiral staircase adds to the sculptural appeal of the decor even as a lovely living area kitchen entertainment hub and dining room complete the lower level of the residence.
There is absolutely no doubt that mid-century modern design trends have made a grand comeback in the last few years. We have already showcased ways in which you can embrace this revitalized style with modern flair and obviously there is no shortage of decor options that bring in the mid-century modern appeal.
Privacy was a key issue in shaping the overall contours of the house as the homeowners wanted a beautiful family house that kept away any prying eyes while letting in ample natural ventilation. A smart combination of skylights sliding screens with wooden slats and upper level windows were used to accomplish this task.