The renovation / addition of this 1932 brick salt box home focused on filling the home with natural light, starting with the steel and frosted glass front door. The wall separating the entry hall from the dining was paneled with frosted glass, allowing diffused sunlight to fill the entry during the course of the day. By painting the interior walls a soft white, the sunlight bounces, filling the rooms, while high-lighting the architecture and furniture alike. The flooring received an ebony stain, establishing a solid foundation that sets off each room.
(Joint collaboration with Four Square Design Group / Laura Michaelides. Built 2007)