Apartment. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 12:51:36 PM
The adjoining dining room features a modern and open hearth, that is composed of three gray, cast iron sheets that were custom molded for the space. The heart includes room to store extra wood, which serves as a design element when the fireplace is not being used.
The same wood used on the first floor of the home is again used throughout the lower level for continuity. The large wall that originally separated the house and the outbuilding, which are now attached, is covered in a sculpted mdf wainscoting to help mitigate moisture issues. The installation was done with a gap between the panel and the wall to create air flow to help suppress humidity and any adverse effects. The undulating surface design of the panel adds texture and plays the light in an interesting fashion.
The main wall’s top is entirely open and a staircase made from a folded length of galvanized steel dominates the end of the room. The white beams and soaring trusses draw the eye upward, visually expanding the space and magnifying the natural light. Its creates a bright and relaxing space for the family.
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