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  Renovation combining two historic storefront spaces converted into single family residence.  A serene, white interior contrasts the red weathered exterior of the 150 year old building. Two front doors were retained on the street side as a memory of the two prior retail occupants. Upon entry, the user finds that they open onto the same entry of the living room and dining area. Walls were surgically removed to create singular expansive spaces filled with mulitple uses. A large roof mounted skylight permits the natural light to flood through the open tread central stairwell and into the adjacent spaces.       Building type:    Residence  Completed 2006 Washington DC 3,200 square feet Primary components:  Brick, chocolate oak floors/cabinetry, Lagos Azul, bulthaup kitchen    

Renovation combining two historic storefront spaces converted into single family residence. 
A serene, white interior contrasts the red weathered exterior of the 150 year old building.
Two front doors were retained on the street side as a memory of the two prior retail occupants. Upon entry, the user finds that they open onto the same entry of the living room and dining area. Walls were surgically removed to create singular expansive spaces filled with mulitple uses. A large roof mounted skylight permits the natural light to flood through the open tread central stairwell and into the adjacent spaces.

 

Building type: Residence
Completed 2006
Washington DC
3,200 square feet
Primary components:
 Brick, chocolate oak floors/cabinetry, Lagos Azul, bulthaup kitchen

 

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