The untypical, asymmetrical architecture of this home in Atlanta, Georgia, USA makes the architectural project of Jennifer Bonner – architecture studio MALL, not only to stand out on the backdrop of its classful neighbors but also creates an amazing opportunity for a dynamic modern interior décor space configurations. This organic beauty of cross-laminated timber, pinched roofs, and white bricks creates a dynamic configuration of irregular shapes and textures. Optimizing the long narrow plot, the fantasy of the hose construct also provides an intriguing ambiance for the fresh, pure, and contemporary indoor design.
The house’s experimental architectural project and intriguing construct features provide unusual windows location, an abundance of light, and a complex roof structure that, in reality, defines the rooms. Suspended bridges between areas, numerous interesting corners, and two-story spaces give a scene to light, minimal and modern furnishing approach.
One of the most exciting features of the design project is the duality of expression that develops in the height of the irregular premises. The designers made an intriguing choice to give the lower half of the premises – floors and low walls – a cladding contrasting with the cross-laminated timber in different materials and colors.
Keeping in mind that there are practically no walls or doors inside, this dynamic in colors and textures is used to indicate a spatial separation of the modern home flow. This becomes a signature and very artistic and stylish choice that gives individuality to each premise: dark spots of a trendy terrazzo adorn the kitchen, adjoining a bright yellow dining room energizes the composition and a light gray living and bedroom spaces give an elegant rest.
We love the contrast between the timber extending into asymmetrical and dynamic shapes and the smooth and shining terrazzo cladding in some of the premises – corridors, kitchen, and so on, very modern stylistic with intriguing expression.
Even the bathroom fallows the height duality of the décor idea – although here the separation is achieved by the duality in the color shade of the veins in the marble tiles – red and beige. On the second floor, another bedroom, bathroom, and living room spaces continue the modern design project. The bedroom has a slight hint of a mountain chalet (organic textures and pinched wooden roofs), and the living room is decided in the cute combination of a baby blue and bonbon pink and has an access to a terrace space equipped with trendy outdoor furniture details.
Throughout the house, the modern minimalism dictates a minimal presence of free-standing furniture elements – all with modern rounded design expression. This restrain in décor items matches very well the pure and graphic contrast of colors and materials in the design idea. Photos by NAARO;