Enter a bachelor living in a mid-century diamond in the rough, due west of the Swifts roosting playground. The client wanted a home where he could entertain (read:party!), and share space with his large network of friends. The finishes needed to be warm and inviting, natural, durable, and complement the mid-century aesthetic...with a twist, reflecting his personal style - Rebel (complete with James Dean Porsche). The kitchen and fireplace are clad in hot-rolled steel, with The Tom Kundig Collection droop pulls. Peeks of teal blue accent the space, shown in the mail and pup accessory drawers and also on the adjacent, oversize solid core front door. Solid white oak floors as well as a custom integrated island and bench are the link between kitchen, dining and lounge-y living area. A custom sliding door constructed of original, vintage bomber parts secures the master suite from the entertainment areas. The living room is formal but comfortable, with leather sofa and chairs, a custom glass and oak coffee table, and an original Moroccan rug from our friends at Kat & Mouche. The master suite is clad in black Heath tile, with a large walk-in shower, soaking tub with chromatherapy, and floating marble vanity. The overall feel of the spaces is an industrial minimalist style, Original concrete floors with radiant heat, large walls of glass open to nature, with textural elements layered into the interior design such as a bedroom wallpaper by Zak & Fox+Apparatus.
Scope: Full remodel of interior and exterior. Full furniture selections for all areas of the home. Custom furniture design, light fixture and color palette selections, floating stair and railing design. General Contractor Hammer & Hand. Architecture by Buckenmeyer Architecture.