Tracy Stone AIA
Architects & Designers
Stephanie's House (second floor) eclectic-bedroom

Stephanie's House (second floor)

The conversion of this historic Victorian carriage house (a City of LA Monument) involved the remodel of the existing second floor into a new bedroom suite. The floor had been built as a hayloft, and had no existing finishes (except in the small closet that was converted into the bathroom) and included only one window and the barn-door originallyused for loading hay. The bedroom is now clad in new siding painted white; to provide a strong contrast to the first floor and to brighten the room. The bedroom borrows light from the windows in the adjacent bathroom and closet through this dividing wall which has translucent glass on the bathroom side (for easy cleaning) and wood boards on the bedroom side. The resulting pattern of light is mysterious and beautiful from both sides at all times of day and night.
Design Team: Tracy Stone, Donatella Cusma', Emmet Ashford-Trotter
Photo: Lawrence Anderson

What Houzzers are commenting on:

lboney added this to separation
September 1, 2012
Uses translucent glass to let light through.
nodim added this to nodim's ideas
November 6, 2011
great color
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