Of the many houses located in Washington DC, Lorber Tarler Residence is unquestionably one of the houses with the most mesmerizing designs in the city.
It is an old row house designed by Robert Gurney Architect, a Washington DC-based architectural firm and the house has an interior and parts of its exterior facade that were transformed in such a way to create a light-filled open plan contemporary space.
Situated in the Mount Vernon Square neighborhood of Washington DC, the existing row house has been re-imagined as a modern, light-filled urban dwelling where a professional couple is residing.
There are parts of the existing house that have been removed including a compartmentalized interior of the existing house that has been gutted, as well as a rear facade and porch that have been removed.
In the house, there is a new floor layout and an open plan and both of them are intended to provide dynamic interior spaces in contrast to the originally dark and cramped house. In this mesmerizing house, manipulation of natural light is a major component that affects homeâ€™s design.
Situated in Washington DC, USA, Lorber Tarler Residence is a mesmerizing home with numerous things to offer and a new stair and a glass bridge system that connects all of the houseâ€™s three floors are some of them.
The home also has a skylight and in addition, a new, fully-glazed rear facade is also amongst the various different parts of the mesmerizing home.
Inside, the home has translucent panels between rooms that can offer sources for natural light and in addition, the home also has open riser staircases with glass rails, as well as bridges that function as something that provides transparency.
Aside from having the aforementioned parts, the home also has wood-paneled wall that slices through its stairwell, integrating and defining the homeâ€™s adjacent spaces.
The wall terminates inside the skylight quite well, thus, allowing light from the skylight to the homeâ€™s third floor bedroom.
If you take interest in this mesmerizing home, you can try taking a peek at pictures of the home shot by Paul Warchol Photography.