During the extensive renovation of this Hollywood penthouse condominium, the design team restored the doorway onto the balcony, as well as the original openwork columns and railings, creating a beautiful space to overlook the famed Chateau Marmont and surrounding Hollywood Hills. Located off the penthouse's kitchen, the balcony was previously accessed by a screen door and the ironwork showed significant signs of wear. Now, it's a relaxed, lovely and fully restored spot to unwind and enjoy the view.
Who wouldn't want to call this three-level condominium in Washington, DC "home"? With its sleek architecture, iron railings and soaring windows, the modern property easily catches the eye of all who walk by. It also boasts a private parking space, which is a major perk in this city.
To achieve an open floor plan in this pie-shaped condominium, designers removed walls to give a clear line of sight to the public spaces in the home, creating a spacious and open downtown entertaining space. To maintain the stylish, modern design, HVAC vents were concealed in the columns in the space, keeping the home functional and sophisticated.
In addition to a private parking space, this condominium has a great location; it's only steps away from Union Market, which happens to be "the epicenter of culinary creativity in DC." Thus, when the weather's agreeable, the owners can head down their polished cement steps and walk to a number of fantastic restaurants.
To create a mudroom, designers moved the back entrance of the home to create a place for storage. Each cubby was custom build to make the most of the previously useless space that had once contained plumbing and utilities for this and other units.