Marred by odd renovations and a curious lack of bedrooms, the original house was also unfortunately dark and overly partitioned. Inspired by the light-and-space works of James Turrell, we created a central core for light featuring a perforated steel staircase and a dramatic skylight opening.
Gutting the interior, we designed an open-plan top level, a master bedroom suite on the second floor, and a lower level with two additional rooms. Open spaces and minimalist architecture allow natural light to permeate the home throughout the day.
Photography by Eszter and David Matheson