Collection by Luke Hopping

A Bright Red Farmhouse-Style Home That's Surprisingly Modern Inside

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Built in 1910, this proudly monochromatic home in southeast Portland, Oregon, opens to reveal a contemporary, book-filled interior.

Waechter Architecture reimagined a traditional gabled home in southeast Portland without significantly altering the...
Two-foot-deep windowsills were carved out of the facade to augment the home's sculptural profile.
Inside, neutral tones and clean, modern lines prevail.
A wall of built-in shelving runs the length of the space, providing ample room for the residents' book collection.
In addition to shelving for books, the architects dedicated plenty of space to storing groceries, kitchenware, and...
Honest materials, like wood flooring and furnishings, reflect the studio's program to honor and reinvigorate the home's...
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