From the firm that whipped up what may be Washington D.C.'s coolest basement comes another daring renovation, one that transformed an once dark and tucked-up Capitol Hill row house into a wide-open urban oasis for striking furniture and art. At the center of the revamped home is a double-height entertaining space surrounded by white-washed exposed brick walls and a nearly all-white kitchen—all simple backdrops for the art-loving client's adventurous collection.
Making sure the party continues outside, local studio Kube Architecture also incorporated a giant glass wall that opens out to a rather nice yard with a matching table and chair set as the interior. Head to Dwell for details and more photos.
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