The result was a neutral but spacious and airy kitchen. Even though the space is the same, the atmosphere is completely different. The kitchen, now part of the dining area, is unrecognizable and by far more stylish than its previous version.
The Brandywine House, in an upscale residential neighborhood in Washington, D.C., was completed by . Offering a screened porch, covered deck, rooftop deck and balconies, the contemporary L-shaped home is oriented around a large outdoor living space.
Wonderfully designed by , the Westbury Crescent Residence boasts two different architectural styles, creating a sharp contrast between the old and the new house. “The project is formally manipulated to sculpt atmospheric and functional light into designed spaces thus turning an originally introverted residence inside-out.”
Even though this house was recently built, the designers did their best in respecting the architecture and tradition of the surrounding constructions. Exposed stone formations, white picket fences and exposed timber are of strong visual effect. You are looking at a fresh, simple and beautiful home with charming interior details, perfectly integrated in its environment. Would you “trade” a modern home with contemporary details on a traditional crib such as the one below?
The owners, a family who lives in an area with many early century homes, decided to keep some of the old features of the house while adding also a feel of contemporary. Modern aesthetic became an important issue, so, in order to obtain a harmonic blend of old and new, an architectural firm was contacted. , in lead with the project, executed the house’s extension.
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