Minimal Modern Design Meets Disco in This Palo Alto Eichler House

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Yamamar Design have modernized this 1970’s Eichler house, located in Palo Alto, California.

Description by Yamamar: This Palo Alto 1970’s Eichler house remodel falls squarely into the ‘minimal modern meets disco’ camp. The project took focus as a result of the collaboration between architect, interior decorator and a supremely passionate owner.

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A former television producer, the owner had recently moved from Toronto with her husband (VP Linked In) and 4 small children. The minivan in the garage belies the rock and roll mom!

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The owner was willing to embrace bold ideas about color, texture and space. The project shows what can happen when an owner isn’t limited by practical considerations.

Architects: Yamamar Design
Location: Palo Alto, California
Area 214 sqm
Constructor: Flegels Construction
Interior decorator: Alison Damonte

Photography: Bruce Damonte

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