An aging structure a series of poorly planned renovations spread across several decades turned this mid-century home built in the 60’s into a dreary and poorly lit structure. Transforming the classic home into a modern delight even while keeping its midcentury zest firmly intact in situ studio create a relaxing and striking structure.
A single-level Californian Bungalow in the was given a modern and breezy makeover by Davidov Partners Architects even while ensuring that the existing structure was altered in the most minimal way possible.
It is a balance between traditional cabin design and modern aesthetics that creates uniqueness inside these lovely homes built for those who appreciate finer things in life.
The exposed steel beams and concrete surfaces inside the house are carefully balanced using a warm wooden flooring and custom stone walls that add even more textural contrast to the elegant urban home.
The old backyard building that occupied much the space in the rear was done away with in favor of an open and inviting garden. The kitchen on one side of the home and the living area on the other have direct access to the outdoor sitting area and deck even as a simple and elegant staircase leads to the top level.
In-ground lighting for the wooden deck oversized pendants in gray inside and smart ambient lighting complement the unique contemporary style of Vila Nova. Finding a balance between exclusive design interesting finishes and space-savvy modernity this Brazilian home showcases the benefits of effective uncomplicated architecture.