Gary R. Chandler

Architecture & Interiors


Farber Street Residence

Visitors arrive to this home via a fountain lined loggia that connects the house to the Belvedere. The interior spaces are designed in a manner that allows the natural light to interplay throughout the house during the course of the day. The Living and Dining are separated from one another by a two-sided stone fireplace that is held short of the beamed ceiling. The Dining and Kitchen are seperated by a free standing maple cabinet, housing the refrigerators, that is also held short of the ceiling allowing the spaces and light to flow gently from one to the other.
(Built 2010)