The rusting steel is an important part of the house’s patina, Campbell says. “We appreciate materials in the raw,” he adds. “The tables aren’t stained; the steel isn’t painted. The materials are what they are.”
A custom recycled-Douglas fir table by VanEyk Custom Woodworks is the heart of the living-dining room in the so-called "Scrap House." The double-height wall is clad in the same steel that wraps the exterior. Read the full article here.
An aluminum bench harmonizes with the industrial nature of the galvanized-steel walls and the polished concrete floor. Courtesy of Nancy Alonzo.
The enclosed porch.
The main living area.
An unpainted door, in line with Sherbanuk's stripped-down aesthetic, marks the front entrance.
Sherbanuk (left) and Campbell sit by the outdoor fireplace, which adjoins the screened-in porch.