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.
This continuous stone wall starts right at the entry and extends all the way to the shower area in the master suite! Visually connecting one area of the home with the rest it gives the interior an additional texture as it keeps away the street noise.
Renovated into a bright cheerful modern residence by Maxwan Architects + Urbanists the lower level of the home makes an intelligent use of space. With a dining table kitchen island and other decor additions on casters the interior has a dynamic appeal. Large windows and skylights add to this ambiance by ushering in ample natural light.
Architecture this elegant forest house combines the tranquility of nature with the comfort of a contemporary lifestyle to deliver a serene and secluded retreat. The architects turned to the view outside for inspiration as large glass doors and an open floor plan transform the national park into the backdrop for the living room.
Adaptive reuse is an architectural and design concept that is quickly gaining ground globally and many of the rustic old barns are being converted into wonderful modern homes. Located in the quiet little Dutch town of House G fits this billing perfectly.