Home for booklovers and cats

Home for booklovers and cats

BFDO architect designed a vertical house filled with special accommodations for couples of artists and two shy cats in Brooklyn, New York … Discovering interesting ways to carve out enough daylight and impart color to their dwellings, architects have sculpted space for each family member to live, work and display a collection of art and books; carve space indefinitely for their curious cats as well, to languidly navigate through or escape from unexpected guests.
The layout is configured as a 20 x 50 x 10 foot open living parlor on the living room floor lined with full-art cumshook walls and a lounge room on one side along with a central ceiling. Project shelves to make steps for cats to climb to a continuous open ledge, while trap doors allow them to access the rooms above at both ends of the house. Miss with the tone of the melon pebble house Benjamin Moore’s collection of eclectic artifacts and book owners.

Home for booklovers and cats

Living room floors are arranged in four separate areas: living room, media room, dining room and kitchen that surrounds the ‘functional wall’ wall floating in space. Rotating the kitchen from the living room, he created a hallway on one side to accommodate storage and access to the basement, and determine the media space on the other side.

The studio occupies the back on the top floor with a balcony for a quick work break. The so-called “nest” sky in the corner provides a hidden and comfortable place to write and think about.

The lower floor is a “cat free zone” designated for guests with a front-room exercise room and guest suite at the rear. The white interior envelope is entirely metaphorically offensive to the canvas of white artists and anointed with the colors in the upholstery, with yellow columns and green benches … still bright and inviting; tying space to other parts of the house. Home for booklovers and cats