You’ve got a high ceiling in the living room and a sea of white colour on the walls, connecting the interior with the exterior through pivoting windows. Taking into account the fact that this is a couple’s house, the entire architectural perspective is quite unusual. But then again, isn’t this the beauty of it?
She starts each work by drafting her design on graph paper. She has created her own style of weaving, synthesizing techniques from a British rug weaver, Jason Collingwood, with traditional Navajo techniques and some more modern Californian techniques. The weave pattern she utilizes produces a reversible rug with a light and dark side.
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.
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