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Open shelving continues into the kitchen.  A wood-framed skylight above draws natural light into the space.
The now Family Room is filled with mid-century furnishings and accessories.  Bauhaus chairs, a Danish design credenza from the owner's vintage collection, a wood fire stove, a record player, and shelves of books create a comfortable family hang out space.
Refinished concrete floors extend down the Gallery corridor.  Perforated concrete blocks act as transom windows to fill the corridor with light.  Mahogany woodwork and doors lead to the sleeping spaces.
Built-in shelving full of architecture and design books extend from the dining space to the kitchen.
A vintage writer's desk and chair fill the corner of the bedroom.
The original built in sofa remains in the Living Room.  Ten foot windows draw nature inside while Maharam and Knoll textiles decorate the furnishings.
A large, wood framed skylight fills the master bath with daylight.  A Frank Lloyd Wright inspired shower curtain accents the remodeled bath.
Living and dining spaces wrap around the full-height fireplace.  Original light fixtures remain and have been outfitted with LED lights.
Built-in millwork provides ample storage in the bedroom spaces.  Danish teak beds with mid-century textiles resemble the original furnishings.
The cantilevered roofs and trim have been carefully painted and restored.  Large windows blend the exterior terrace with the inside living space.
A curved concrete block wall conceals one of the three exterior terraces.  Low-slung roofs appear to hover above the landscape.
The dining table is original to the house.  A glass top now sits on top to preserve the surface from further wear and tear.   Very rare, H.W. Klein #250 dining chairs manufactured by Bramin complement the table.
Unsold tiles from the 1950's were sourced from Battle Creek Tiles & Mosaic.  The vintage tiles maintain the original character of the home in the renovated baths.
With three sons in the family, the kitchen gets a lot of use. Hee barstools by Hee Welling for Hay slide up to a multi-functioning island where the family gathers to eat, study and play.
The patio features a cement floor inlaid with traditional <i>baldosa hidráulico</i> tiles by Pinar Miro. A friend of the resident painted the mural.
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The original doors were salvaged and given a fresh coat of blue paint. The resident brought ,any of the rugs were from Egypt.
The open kitchen is the centerpiece of the renovated apartment. Bloomint designed the island.
An original boiler the designers discovered during the renovation was kept in the kitchen as decoration. The counter is white pine, and the green tiles were sourced from Can Benito a studio in Mallorca.
To make the space feel brighter, all of the walls—even bricks—are painted white, which contrasts with the raw brick ceiling and original brown tile floors. The Recast Plus sofa bed, with a pink hue that echoes the brick ceiling, is from Innovation Living. The blown-glass Gordiola pendants are a design the resident saw in a Mallorca hotel that Bloomint designed.
Picture windows frame views on both ends of the kitchen of the kitchen counter.
Outdoor seating on the  porch.
The ceilings of the attic slope downwards towards level of the cullis, to create a more cloistered atmosphere.
A small staircase winds between two narrow walls, up towards to attic.
A fireplace in the living lounge.
Horizontal larch cladding was used for the façade to give the house an interesting ribbed texture with deep grooves.

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