The clients contacted FORMA while still living in Central America. They had purchased this 3-story rowhouse in Tenleytown in Northwest Washington, DC and commissioned FORMA to completely renovate the home to fit their lifestyle and extensive collection of sculpture, painting and photography, while they were still abroad. FORMA re-configured the apartment, raised the doors to the outdoor deck and allowed for more light to filter throughout. Wide-plank espresso wood floors contrast with crisp white-laquered shelving, white metal railings, a stone fireplace mass and a European style kitchen, while walnut furniture and cabinetry bring warmth and visual interest throughout. A variety of lighting options help animate the space and highlight the amazing art collection.
The couple lives there with their Weimaraner Elsa.
I hired Forma to completely remodel my 2,000 sf unit. Although I was stationed overseas while the remodeling was taking place, everything went very smoothly. They created a modern open airy space full of charm and a perfect place to hang our art. We also furnished it following Forma's advice and design concept.
The project was featured in the March/April issue of HOME & DESIGN magazine.