Janus Home by Kennerly Architecture & Arranging

By Holly – Categories: Bedroom, Bookshelf, Dining Space, Hall and Entrance, House, Interior Style, Kitchen, Living Room, Staircase, Terrace   

San Francisco-based architectural firm Kennerly Architecture & Planning has designed the Janus Residence.

Most interesting is this home’s dual personality. Searching at it from the front, 1 appreciates a restored Victorian facade.

Meanwhile the back facade is a modern day 1, made of recycled plastic and featuring huge glass walls.

Completed in 2012, this contemporary home is situated in San Francisco, California, USA.

Janus House by Kennerly Architecture & Preparing:

“A residence on a by way of-block whole lot responds to its dichotic circumstance with 2 distinct faces – A restored Victorian facade addresses the more formal northern frontage, and a contemporary one particular opens to the south across the other – an ad hoc row of houses, cottages and little apartment buildings.

The outdated facade is an elegant mask fronting 3 original rooms of handsome proportion. The modern day encounter is an open gable framing 2 levels of household rooms with operable glass walls and a syncopated screen of white recyclable plastic.

Inside, old and new blend together in an open suite of rooms. Upstairs, the existing attic was mined for unused room to create quirky gabled bedrooms every single with its very own character.”

Images by: Bruce Damonte

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