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These two trendy townhouses started as Spanish mission type houses earlier than architect Robert Davidov, of Davidov Partners, acquired his arms on them. All was not misplaced although – parts of the unique houses have been introduced in via texture on the outside end and the ornamental display-like shade.
The townhouses have totally different flooring plans and look like particular person homes from the road versus conventional townhouses.
The southern homes are flanked with glass on the east and west sides flooding them with daylight. To reduce down on the direct solar, the display was added giving that constructing its personal distinct look.
The northern homes have eating and dwelling areas that open on to the outside with sliding glass doorways that disappear.
The front room expands out to the patio space, extending the sq. footage.
Light peeps in from the varied home windows positioned all through the houses, bouncing off the white partitions and ceilings. Light coloured flooring additionally maintain it mild and ethereal.
The inside feels personal regardless of being on an uncovered nook lot.
The floating stairs maintain the lobby from feeling too closed in and darkish.
I love how the solar filters via the outside display and creates patterns on the partitions and flooring!
Photos by Andrew Wuttke and James Coombes.