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Brick House / Christi Azevedo

  • 12:00 - 1 May, 2015
Brick House / Christi Azevedo
Brick House / Christi Azevedo, © Cesar Rubio
© Cesar Rubio

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© Cesar Rubio
© Cesar Rubio

From the architect. Originally a laundry boiler room, the brick house is now a full service guest apartment. The ground floor is 8'-2" x 11'-6"; approximately 93sf. It hosts a full kitchen, living room with couch and coffee table or dining table, and fold out cushions for a lounge chair on the stair landing.

© Cesar Rubio
© Cesar Rubio

Up the ships' ladder is a mezzanine dressing area with built-in walnut wardrobe and drawers. a 42" square bath has a wall mount toilet, custom stainless steel medicine cabinet, small sink supplied by a shower valve, and floor drain for showering. a sandblasted door and window keep it light and spacious. A tread and a glass landing lead to the bed loft with queen mattress, storage in hinged headboards, bookshelves, and reading lamps.

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Cite: "Brick House / Christi Azevedo" 01 May 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/625750/brick-house-christi-azevedo/>
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paul1257 · May 02, 2015

Haven't you noticed.... Every second domestic building featured is pretty much the same. Ignored Regulations and blurry people walking past the camera, representing what? "vitality" perhaps or something...

Juan_Lagarrigue · May 04, 2015 05:44 PM

I guess I shouldn't have asked the question, nobody answered anyway.

Juan_Lagarrigue · May 01, 2015

really nice, how did you get around code issues with stairs and railings?

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