There undeniably are many contemporary homes with quirky and stunning designs out there and amongst them is the quirky and stunning Bloom House. The home was built in 2010 and the architect responsible for architecting the contemporary home was Greg Lynn.
The home features a sculptural type of light fixture, strategic pops of color, as well as fireplace and of course, each one of them add warmth and character to the monochromatic space available in the home.
The home has 2-1/2 stories and amongst the various parts of the home are the garage, utility rooms, and even a maidâ€™s room. The contemporary home also has three bedrooms which are located on the homeâ€™s upper level which are surrounded by shaped walls.
Shapes from the thermoformed Corian are applied to the walls in the master bathroom, second bathroom, as well as the master bedroom. Constructed for a family living in Los Angeles, the contemporary home is unquestionably one of the most quirky contemporary homes in the city.
Built for a family living in Los Angeles, California, USA, the Bloom House is an infill house which is situated in a strategic location that offers a stunning view of the Pacific Ocean.
The home also has various facades including the east and the west facades, as well as the facades where the homeâ€™s corner windows are located, the north and the south facades.
The contemporary home also has a first level which constitutes an open space in which a fiberglass lantern is attached to the ceiling, thus, adding elegant to the space.
Also amongst the things that make the Bloom House are the upper hallway wall, the two small enclosures, and an elegant fireplace which are located on the lower level and are framed with laser-cut wood fins sheathed with plaster and lath.
In the house, you can also find numerous pieces of artwork which decorate the walls in various spaces in the home. To see how stunning the contemporary homeâ€™s design is, you can see the pictures of the home captured by Richard Powers.