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 thin wrap-around porch welcomes you at the house and as you step in the main living area that sits above ground charms with its fabulous blend of modern finishes and iconic midcentury modern décor.
This is not about opulence or design ingenuity that showcases something radically new. The in Oslofjord archipelago exudes a sense of tranquility and Nordic simplicity that is both timeless and trendy.
Midcentury modern elements can be found throughout the house but with an eclectic twist. A couple chairs in bright yellow at the live-edge dining table geometric floor tiles in the kitchen an all-wood kitchen island and shelving and stylish contemporary pendants complete an open plan living that feels inviting and inimitable. A home office swimming pool and relaxing bedrooms put the final touches on a practical transformation.
With décor that barely disturbs the sense of serenity inside the house the new homeowners are bound to appreciate the relaxing and rejuvenating atmosphere of the even as they enjoy a view of bustling Istanbul just outside the window!
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.