What's old is made new again

When a young family of five moved into this historical gem, they knew they were going to need a little help. This 1959 beauty, was once home to a former Northrop Auditorium director. It came complete with a live indoor open-air atrium, a stage for performances, and a hidden bar! Our challenge was to respect the integrity of the architecture and it's time period, integrate the homeowners love of Scandinavian design and most importantly make the space function for a busy family of five, with three young girls. 

 

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Midcentury Revitalization | Crush Collective
Midcentury Revitalization | Crush Collective
Midcentury Revitalization | Crush Collective
Midcentury Revitalization | Crush Collective
Midcentury Revitalization | Crush Collective
Midcentury Revitalization | Crush Collective
Midcentury Revitalization | Crush Collective
Midcentury Revitalization | Crush Collective
Midcentury Revitalization | Crush Collective
Midcentury Revitalization | Crush Collective
Midcentury Revitalization | Crush Collective

Photo Credit: www.spacecrafting.com

Midcentury Revitalization | Crush Collective