Open Living Space with Dramatic Ceiling Features

Ernesto Santalla was approached to create a new home for two Washington, DC lawyers wishing to downsize their living space. The move took them from a row house in Washington's historic Dupont Circle neighborhood to a two bedroom apartment in the vibrant, up-and-coming U Street Corridor. Our task was to transform a rather plain and generic apartment into a custom, sophisticated space in a few strategic moves. Ceiling details serve to define functional areas of the living space without creating divisions. Changing some doors from wood to frosted glass, creates a sense of continuity between spaces, and allows light to travel between spaces. Lighting was inserted strategically, to enhance certain functions of the home. The kitchen was partially enclosed with a plane of frosted glass to create visual separation from the main living space while still allowing natural light to filter in from the expansive wall of floor-to-ceiling windows. Color was used to reinforce the architectural intent and simplify spaces, such as the entry, which as many doors and frames. Furniture was selected to blend with the client's collection of heirloom pieces, creating a sophisticated juxtaposition. Statement pieces like a ceiling light from Viabizzuno create impact while maintaining the visual simplicity of our minimal approach.

This project was featured in DC Modern Luxury. https://www.modernluxury.com/washington-dc/story/grand-nest

Photography by Geoffrey Hodgdon

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luisbenavides0712
luisbenavides0712 se ha añadido esto a APODACA 24 oct. 2018

estos tonos se ven padres para mi recamara. El taupe de las cortinas esta también interesante en lugar del blanco. Tal vez eccru color se vería mejor

kanupriyapachisia
Kanupriya Pachisia se ha añadido esto a DH 18 ene. 2018

centre tables that can be moved around n light over dining table

andersab
andersab se ha añadido esto a DC 16 abr. 2017

This reno has a hidden panel wall unit

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