Modern minimalism with 200 year old barn wood

Posted on Wed, 21 Oct 2020 by midcenturyjo

Simple, clear, pure, silent, polished, minimal and relaxed. That’s how Los Angeles and New York based D’Apostrophe Design describe their work. Their preference for primary forms is instantly recognisable in this modern family home. Think child’s blocks piled up in the snow not 200 year old barn wood, concrete, douglas fir wide plank floors and exposed oak hand hewn beams.

Photography by William Waldron, Gregory Holm

Misty Pesto says:

Sigh. A big sigh.

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