Collection by Amanda Dameron

Daniel Pink's Home in Washington, DC

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One family’s effort to “smuggle a modern house into a historic district” in Washington, DC, results in a brightly transformed space made for family life.

Daniel Pink and his wife, Jessica Lerner, have lived in DC since the 1990s, when he was a speechwriter and she worked...
They finally found a dilapidated foursquare and hired McInturff Architects to tackle the renovation.
It took over a year for the project’s team, led by principal Mark McInturff, to meet with neighborhood commissions,...
Eliza takes in the view from her perch atop the house’s green roof, which Daniel believes to be the first of its kind...
The newly expanded kitchen/dining area opens to the deck via doors from Hope’s Windows.
Along one wall of the dining area is Roy Lichtenstein's Cow Triptych (Cow Going Abstract).
The sedum plantings come from nearby Emory Knoll Farms, the only nursery in North America to focus solely on...
All of the cabinetry in the kitchen area, both the ribbon-mahogany and the white cabinets, was built by Andrew Greene...
Another shot of the living room, showcasing the family's Polder sofa.
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