Architect Edwards Moore has been commissioned the complicated task of turning a 1920 apartment by late architect Adolf Loos into a unique work of art. His innovative concept, dubbed the Cubby House, strips away the unnecessary walls in order to create an open airy space that stands out.
For renovation, Edwards Moore used reclaimed material and a mix of textures, that give the space a modern, yet very cozy vibe. Moreover he tried to maximize the use of natural light and outdoor views. But the house stands out due to its simplicity and rather unique contemporary finishing touches.
On top of this the furniture is fun, with a hint of color throughout the entire space. The kitchen is open to the dining area and has multitasking stainless steel appliances. As a result the white interior can seem slightly overwhelming, but it compensates with the masculine and modern architectural whims.
The Cubby House presents polished sharp lines in contrast to rough surfaces and the simplicity of the entire space gives it its flavor. Do you like it?