Overlooking this home has all the trademark traits of the timeless Tudor house. A style that combined late Medieval and early Renaissance influences it was incredibly popular in Washington in the pre-World War II era. With its pitched gable roof and decorative stonework the is no different.
Offering a bird’s-eye view of the historic neighborhood of Florence the exterior of the tower is left unaltered while smart space-saving solutions in each room use the available foot space to the hilt. Dark wooden floors exposed beams and smart decor create a relaxing atmosphere indoors. Designed by by Luigi Fragola Architects it captures the spirit of Tuscany to perfection!
The interiors are largely clad in white with a wide range of patterns and textures being used. Paola Navone turned towards refined industrial style and exclusive decor to get the task done. Finding that perfect balance between the past and the present this renovation indeed leaves you speechless!
Instead of excavating the plot to do away with this gradient architects from Hilberink Bosch used this unique feature to give the lavish residence an air of exclusivity! Surrounded by a dense forest the home benefits from plenty of natural cover that provides the residents with ample privacy.
This delicate task of combining the old and the new fell to Marks & Frantz Interior Design who turned to their trademark style of combining innovative design solutions with a to get the job done! One of the first major changes undertaken was to open up the walls in order to drive away any dullness and give the home a bright cheerful atmosphere.