This ski locker is the last amazing feature built to complete the original architectural plan of an entire house near a ski resort in Vermont. It is built out of solid African Sapele wood. Careful construction and joinery was planned out to allow movement of floating back panels and floating shelves. A recessed channel was placed in one of the side panels to allow for LED strip lighting to run from top to bottom of the cabinet’s back left corner. Two large floating solid panels cap the sides of the lockers. The glow of the lights and patterns on the ceiling and floor makes for a welcoming place to sit and unload your gear after a long day on the slopes.
With this renovation, the goal was to take the space occupied by a little-used second-floor deck adjacent to an art studio and incorporate it into the rest of the postmodern shingle-style house built in 1995.
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