Modern Interior Design. Saturday , August 26th , 2017 - 16:07:41 PM
An unaltered and blinkered 1920’s semi-detached house with no relationship to its site is reworked to accommodate the needs of a young family to enjoy sunlight, embrace its small garden and carefully curate and frame its outlook to achieve a space that extends beyond its confined urban site.
It’s certainly an apartment for those with certain tastes, but its downtown views and dual-floor wrap-around terraces are the best decoration of all
This impression wanes at dusk, as the glow from the horizontal slit windows and the vertical glass slots animates the street facade, making the aluminum appear more as a screen than a mass, and invites the eye toward, but not into, the house.