Residential ArchitectureHousesPalo Alto Contemporary House by Bjørn Design

Palo Alto Contemporary House by Bjørn Design

Palo Alto Contemporary House by Bjørn Design

Project: Palo Alto Contemporary
Interior design: David Bjørngaard, Bjørn Design (completed while working at ScavulloDesign Interiors)
Location: California, United States
Completed 2017
Photography: Aaron Leitz Photography

Description by Bjørn Design: A young family sought a fun, durable home for kids to play and parents to entertain. We delivered by understanding their needs and tastes; tailoring our design to the architecture with a creative mix of materials, lighting, and furniture including many custom pieces designed to fit the scale of the house. The main house and guesthouse interiors provide seamless indoors-out living with flexible spaces that are adaptable to the changing needs of the family.

Palo Alto Contemporary House by Bjørn Design

Palo Alto Contemporary House by Bjørn Design

Palo Alto Contemporary House by Bjørn Design

kitchen, Bjørn Design

Palo Alto Contemporary House by Bjørn Design

Palo Alto Contemporary House by Bjørn Design

bathroom, Bjørn Design

Palo Alto Contemporary House by Bjørn Design

stairs, Bjørn Design

bedroom, Bjørn Design

bathroom, Bjørn Design

Palo Alto Contemporary House by Bjørn Design

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