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“We didn’t want panel-formed, smooth-like-glass concrete; we wanted texture,” Fleetwood says.
White-oak stairs connect the first-floor living spaces with the upstairs sleeping areas.
The modern staircase was built with the same salvaged wall planks that are used as flooring throughout.
A spacious deck was created as part of the addition.
The wall beneath the stairs holds hidden storage, including an Enomatic wine dispenser and Sub-Zero refrigerated...
suspended cedar trellis detail at front entry...
Each bedroom is designed to replicated a mini house, and follows the roof's pitch. A skylight lets in light.
At street level, the wooden garage door opens its toothed maw.
New black metal cladding joins cinderblock and wood-trimmed windows, two features more in line with the home's vintage.
Bookshelves add extra utility to the undulating staircase in Tokyo's 921-square-foot Coil house.
The residence architect Cary Bernstein designed for Scott Croyle and his family is an exercise in hide-and-seek.
View of douglas fir wood slats , net floor (above), and custom steel library ladder within the atrium.
Robinson built an airy wood stairway to bring more light up onto the second and third floors.