Raise an Eyebrow
Dramatic interventions include continuous radial ceiling coves, galvanized steel dormers, and a central bookshelf-stair.
This completely modern and custom remodel and 1940s era Cape Cod style home is called Eyebrow House. It was designed by the David Papazian of Doon Architecture. It is such a unique home that I can’t really put it into words. I’ll let Edgar tell you about it:
“The house was axially reoriented to better fit its site. It was also opened up inside to create a continuous circulation and surgically altered by a curvilinear series of interventions that accentuated these planning moves. These interventions included continuous radial ceiling coves, galvanized steel dormers, the central bookshelf-stair, mantelpiece, et cetera.”
So cool and such a fun project to shoot. More info here: http://cargocollective.com/doonarch/Eyebrow-House