As a result, careful, creative and one-of-its kind interior remake of Gus Wusterman is extremely rich set harvest shares space with new and modern needs, which do not harm the varied textures, materials and layers of history existing interior - adding new without compromising age.
A one and a half story A-frame house with a bay window, chimney brick and white siding is as conventional as it gets – a near-featureless interior cliche.
As such, sensational, angular metal and glass back-and-maintenance addition to wood and side suburban-style home comes as all the more visual shock to the system – but Tony, if it is close enough to view it.
Stout columns, large glass areas and larger holes, architect Stanic Harding added all contrast sharply with the relatively tame and traditional and frame-facing nature of the original structure.
Similarly, metal sheathing and aluminum frames are sharp departure from the wood and brick materials of old houses. Finally, dark wood and linear decorations and zigzagging concrete steps to make the transition from the back deck of yards, while the typical wood stair entrance deck above a double garage stays in the front.
In brief: two pieces of this house are almost as different as can be clearly intended as a visual means new and old, respectively. What is to make them work is the nature of the split.