Home interior design is completed designed by the architect Jonathan Barnes Architecture and Design. The architect have finished designed the architecture and the interior design of a living space called Stolarczyk Residence which is located in Colombus, Ohio, USA.
This home project is involved the addition to a 1960’s era international Style house, this is an anomaly in this typical suburban Columbus neighborhood. The existing dwelling which is a long white box which sits atop a steep, heavily wooded slope, is consists of a first floor and a walk-out basement. The addition which is asked by the client is includes two kid’s bedrooms and two baths which is located on the first level and an entertainment room which is located on the lower level.
Home Interior Design Review
A modern living space is asked by the architect’s client. They wanted additions which create a subtle and seamless continuity with the still contemporary original architecture; it is adding a right-angle which is wing to the east end of the living space and framing the rear yard and the main entry.
The new landscaping which was added by the architect such as the terraced lawns and a long, rubble retaining wall, it is emphasizing this framing. Along a single-loaded the new rooms are organized, it is fully-glazed the corridor and it is connects and align with the living space’s existing circulation and terminates at a rectilinear outdoor patio just beyond the new structure.
A black mosaic tile floor is featured by a full bath which is located between the two bedrooms. This mosaic is continues over the shower half-wall and across the corridor floor. The borrowed light from the corridor and the continuity between the two sets of a large-scale, wood-framed polycarbonate sliding panels at the bedrooms are provided by a polycarbonate panel which is located at the shower wall. These panels are allowing the two bedrooms to open fully to the corridor; it is achieved also for gaining both light and floor area. A half-bath which is found at the near end of the addition and it is echoes the minimalist and monochromatic character is found elsewhere.