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Atchison Heller (General Contractor), Ed Gabe (Photography)
Every so often a special project comes along that allows us as designers to not only think outside the box – but use the box as a step stool to achieve something loftier. Such is the case with House/1723, a truly collaborative effort between an amazing and creative family, an incredibly talented construction team, and a design staff who rose to the challenge.
So much more than a suburban Lexington home, this project was designed to reflect the character and charm of its inhabitants. As avid collectors of modern art and furnishings, the Owners were striving for spaces that allowed them to showcase their collection. Each space was carefully designed – with complete collaboration with the homeowners and contractors – to showcase moments. From the stark white wall finishes, to the pops of color peppered across the plan, to the museum-grade base and molding details – every corner of every space has become a piece of art in and of itself.
We say it a lot – but this project is proof – the most beautiful projects are created by clients with vision and trust in their design and construction team.
As the Owners begin to settle in – we’ll be providing more pics – so keep checking in!
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