Elliott Ripper House by Christopher Polly Architect

Every architect wants to come up with something innovative in his work. This project called Elliott Ripper House was completed by Christopher Polly architect for a young couple, who wanted more access to sunlight. The project comprises three bedrooms, two bathrooms and two separate living spaces connecting to the rear and side courtyards. In according with the architect “enabled a significantly expanded series of connected interior volumes that harnessed access to sunlight, ventilation and views of tree canopies and sky beyond, while enabling extension of key existing materials and finishes to retain some memory of its previous incarnation.” Ultimately the house is a highly successful example of how the use of light and space can create a serene, inviting atmosphere, nuanced by refined design details and softened with natural materials.

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