The Brookline Modern residence in Massachusetts embodies sophisticated architecture that provides comfortable, multi-generational living through efficient usage of space, form, and reserved finishes, all while minimizing energy consumption.
Paired living spaces on the first and second levels find expression in the asymmetrical windows that wrap the corners of the house. The first floor contains a living and dining space, kitchen, pantry, master suite, and a home office. An open concept living, dining, and kitchen space, a full bath, bedroom, and reading nook make up the second floor while you can find a second master suite and access to the private roof deck and green roof on the third floor. A feature stair with glass rails and acrylic treads connects all three floors of the home and ensure plenty of natural light.
The design received a PRISM Silver Award in 2015.
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