major public areas. The core living spaces are linked via an internal trestle bridge designed on location and constructed from old mine carts as the walking surface and the reclaimed steel wheels as a structural detail. The rest of the home is detailed throughout with ornamental ironwork, granites, tiles
houses the public spaces of the program: living, dining, kitchen, family room, power room, library, mudroom and screened porch. The second and third floors contain the master suite, four bedrooms, office, three bathrooms and laundry. The entire basement is dedicated to recreational spaces which include
the main public space: living dining and kitchen.Hallways are located along the East and South sides of the two wings and help to define the laterally spaced rooms which can be closed off from the circulation zone with large sliding walls. The rooms all access the outdoor pool/courtyard space from large
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of the Public Gardens and energetic city life below. Using a subtle backdrop of powder blues, soft, natural greens and creams the space highlights the ever-changing natural environment just outside the floor to ceiling windows found throughout the space.
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private and public realms through sculptural spatial gestures. Upon entry, a curved wall of white marble dust plaster pulls one into the space and delineates the boundary of the private master suite. The master bedroom space is screened from the entry by a translucent glass wall layered with a perforated
three public spaces would be saved, connected along an axis anchored on the left by the living room fireplace, with the dining room and the sitting room to the right. These three rooms are punctuated by thirteen windows, which for this house age and style, really suggests a more modern aesthetic.