David A. Seglin
This 4,000 sf city residence employs traditional detailing in a contemporary reinterpretation of the Victorian urban dwelling. While encouraging
a sense of horizontal and vertical connection, the plan articulates individual rooms and spatial sequences with columns and soffits. The axial arrangement permits space to be visually borrowed from adjacent rooms and stairways.
The Second Floor Master Suite includes Bedroom and Library and is linked by a Gallery overlooking the Dining Room. Exterior detailing employs numerous textures and colors in a stylistic reference to the building’s context. The facade refines architectural themes that typify neighboring homes, establishing a unique identity through the quality and character of the materials.