Living room, den, and kitchen are organized on the east side where they benefit from the natural light and views on the west side.
A bilevel island, known as the Stage, provides some separation between the living room and the kitchen.
The large island anchoring the main living area conceals seven stools; its recycled rubber cladding is a durable, kid-safe surface.
This highly sustainable house takes advantage of natural daylight, passive cooling, and recycled-content materials.
The mild steel-clad entryway of the old building, a former shoe parts warehouse, blends with the transitional neighborhood.
The movable table, inspired by the work of George Nakashima, was center-cut from an old-growth tree that died naturally and retains the tree’s contours.
The architects anchored the loft spatially with two wood and glass cores that house the baths and a home office.