From the historical and iconic buildings that we recognize instantly to the smallest lofts, architecture surrounds us daily. Once a traditional, clustered, unworkable apartment off of 14th street Northwest DC, the Stephan residence is today one of the most practical modern lofts on the now vibrant and fashionable 14th Street corridor. Built in the 2000’s, the Stephan residence lacked everything except location and an owner passionate about modern architecture. Today, the new loft offers an incredibly harmonious modern entertaining space, as much during the day time as during the night. The kitchen floor plan is inseparable from the living area and both spaces complement each other. Despite being on separate levels, they are connected through clever uses of glass, steel and stone. The eccentric European appliances and lighting touches reflect an authentic passion for modernism and clean lines.
The design is open, neat and continuous. The visitor is invited to discover the space and absorb the immense natural light that continuously bathes all areas of the loft. The upper floor holds the owner’s private quarters with a large bedroom, a lounge area, a master bath and a large deck. These interior areas are naturally lit by a gigantic skylight that carries light through the stairwell and welcomes you at the entrance.
Located in Logan, Washington D.C.