Conceived by Reinhardt Jung architects and engineers as a “A era house”, House Jones is a concrete, metal and wooden addition to a an older house.
Its function is to offer an appropriate dwelling area for youngsters, younger adults, mother and father and grandparents alike. The modern form of layered flooring plans, with intersecting and overlapping layouts has a dynamic edge and makes use of trendy supplies, however there are many basic and conventional accents all through the home, in a mix that renders this residence really implausible. Noteworthy is the dramatic variation of supplies used in response to the wants and preferences of every proprietor, the staircase doubling as bookshelves within the research, the basic black painted beams and wealthy darkish wooden floors, the ornamental metallic stair railings, the magnificent front room with tough strips of uncovered concrete over the partitions, minimalist furnishings and a crystal chandelier hanging casually on a sequence.
Contemporary Town House in Denver Charms with Dramatic Design