The view from the entry showcases the monumental stair , clean lines, minimal palette and contrast of textures that defines this unique residence.
The monumental stair is the locus of the space, providing vertical circulation as well as a focal point. Composed of Carrera and Calacatta marble, contrasted with dark limestone, it is accented by the slim reveals, recessed lighting and new window & skylight.
The interior is characterized by hidden or minimal light sources, clean slabs of marble & limestone and clear glass.
The Bultaup kitchen's clean lines and hidden equipment allow it to be seamlessly integrated into the open first floor. A hint of exotic wood separates the living & cooking areas, and gives just enough warmth into space.
Arriving at the second floor, a visitor is greeted by the bathtub behind clear glass, with a dramatic backdrop of Calacatta marble
The four skylights above the generous shower & wash room flood the space with natural light. With clear glass separating the shower & sink areas, the mirrored back wall reflects all the way back to the sleeping area, accentuating the open floor plate.
The spine running down the middle of the second floor is composed of acid-etched closets that provide a hint of the shape of the clothing hung within, providing an open hallway between the sleeping, office & bathing functions.
The simple office area provides views of Georgetown in multiple directions & serves as the passageway between the more public first floor & private second floor.
Behind the desk, a sleek wood counter intersects a ventless fireplace clad in limestone.
This axonometric, showing the interconnecting stair, shows an overview of the floor plans