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North Carolina Modernist House with a Perfect Transition Between Interior and Exterior

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Situated in Charlotte, North Carolina, Nethermead Residence was designed by Carlton Architecture in transitional style ( also known as “classic with a contemporary twist”).

Description by Carlton Architecture: The Nethermead House blurs the line between indoor and outdoor living. The core spaces: dining, living, and kitchen are housed under the broad, exposed-frame pavilion roof, along with the outdoor kitchen and porch. The almost seamless transition between the interior rooms and exterior spaces draws the outdoors inside and contributes to a sense of living within the forest. Upon entering the home you are greeted by the warm glow of clear-finished cypress walls and rich walnut-stained floors. Great attention is given to the relationships of materials along with the quality of light and the composition of space. Visit Carlton Architecture

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