The exterior of the house is clad in black to set it apart from the other homes in the area. A gives the façade its unique look while keeping the sun away. Designed by David Edelman Architects the L-shaped home is spread across two different levels with the lower level housing the public spaces and the top floor containing the private quarters.
The lower floor houses the public areas that include the sleek state-of-the-art kitchen in pristine white a smashing dining area with a tulip table and chairs and a smart living room with a generous use of bright pops of color.
The interior of the existing structure had very poor ventilation and the homeowners wanted the dark and dreary space to be transformed into a cheerful hub of activity that had seamless connectivity with the outdoors. This was achieved with the addition of a modern extension in the rear along with the revitalization of the existing home.
Dubbed as the (not so surprisingly!) this fabulous home draws your attention instantly thanks to its unique silhouette and a dashing street façade. Combining two high barn-like structures with a glass pavilion the beautiful home seems like an effortless blend of the modern and the traditional.
In the world of contemporary design and architecture the pitched roof is often dismissed as a thing of the past. Yet the ingenious architects at RSPlus have fused this classic roof structure with contemporary interiors to shape a truly captivating and stylish residence in.
Each room was carefully crafted to ensure that one space flows into the next and the transition is organic. Concrete gives the home a tinge of sustainability by keeping the house cool in summers and it also offers durability. The decor is kept largely simple with very few pops of bright color while clean straight lines usher in contemporary charm.
The plush bedroom and bathroom have a similar color scheme and use the cool tiles to add geometric pattern to the space even as every inch of space is maximized with smart shelves and comfy seating options. Renovating an existing townhouse involves finding the right balance between creating a trendy modern living environment and an acknowledgement of its historic past.