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aamodt / plumb architects have been employed to renovate a shingle-type residence on Professors’ Row in Cambridge, Massachusetts the place they have been tasked with integrating trendy parts with the prevailing house’s historic construction.
Large home windows have been used, together with elevating the ceiling, to offer the room a sense of much more area. These within the nook fill the kitchen with mild and virtually make you are feeling such as you’re outside.
The primary flooring kitchen was utterly redesigned to mirror the householders’ pursuits, which mixed each refined and rustic supplies.
Excessive gloss white cupboards have been paired with concrete counter tops and customized plywood uncooked metal cabinets.
The partially open cabinets present storage for the house owners’ assortment of African bowls and primitive paintings.
Further cabinets have been constructed, just like these hanging within the kitchen, for additional show area.
Upstairs, what as soon as was a collection of small rooms, was become a spacious main bedroom hidden behind a sliding reclaimed wooden barn door.
The hallway is lined with excessive gloss white cupboards on one aspect for storage and artwork work on the opposite aspect.
On the different finish of the hallway is the grasp toilet which is clad in white wooden panels.
Sitting under a skylight is the brand new, wooden enclosed tub.
Pictures by Jane Messinger.