A post-war, Glen Park house was dark and tiny but had good bones and imaginable city views. It was one of those “little boxes on the hillside”. Our design transformed and expanded it into a bright, open, and comfortable four bedroom townhouse with panoramic city views.
A huge new sliding skylight/roof hatch above an open staircase illuminates and seamlessly connects the central living and circulation spaces.
All bedrooms plus a family room/guest suite are oriented towards the rear and front of house, ensuring direct connection to the out of doors, and privacy from family gathering spaces.
The home is modern but has touches of warm traditional styling, anticipating a family with kids, a couple who enjoy entertaining, and or folks who like hunkering down with a good book and a morning cup of coffee.
Structural Engineer: Gregory Paul Wallace SE
Photographer: Open Homes Photography
Lo que dicen los Houzzers:
this bedroom looks a bit futuristic. i like this design. i don't like the random bean bag looking chair in front of the bed. i love the hardwood flooring and the rug on top of it flows fairly nice with the layout of the room. even the bed look comfortable. the windows let in a nice amount of natural sunlight. also the table adds a nice touch to the room.