Perched on a picturesque knoll in Larkspur, Colorado, is the primary residence on the Perry Park property. The owners and design team gave attention to every detail and it shows. The home includes flat roofs, exposed steel beams, concrete form walls, and extensive views from its top of the line windows.
Formerly the site of a traditional Venice bungalow, this new 2 story residence respects the scale of the 3600sf parcel with an efficient organization of programs. The “shotgun” style ground floor plan is flanked by a linear courtyard which mirrors the interior social spaces and functions as an outdoor living room.
The Kingsland House project is an extensive remodel and addition to an existing house built in the 1940’s on a steep Lot with expansive views to the South. The complete renovation includes re-framing the entry, providing a more open kitchen and a new stairwell connection to the Lower Floor.
This beautifully refined home designed by Nick Tyson Architecture has been designed for a young, working couple and demonstrates clever restraint considering the setting. It’s a lovely, subtle house (with great details!) that doesn’t impose itself on the streetscape – which is mainly colourful post-war fibro holiday shacks with low fences.
A unique detail of the apartment’s furnishings are armchairs from the factory in Zadziel the 1950s, which have undergone specialized refurbishment. The photographs of Maria Svarbovej were used to decorate the walls. The Warsaw Filtry flat project inaugurates the launch of the Warsaw branch of the Loft Kolasiński interior design studio.
Starting with a vacant lot with a very steep down-slope from the street, the design of the Car Park house places the carport on the roof with the residence below. In addition to being a dramatic shift of expectations, it is also a logical response to the building code which requires parking for two vehicles.