Natural light, transparency and connection to the landscape were the design themes of 1310 T Street. Located in the U Street Historic District, the design and renovation of the midblock structure was one of simplicity, meant to enhance natural lighting and views. Define elements included sliding walls, glass walls and floating stair treads. These features maximized light and provided picturesque views of the rear yard. The structural floor-to-ceiling window wall defines the new south façade. The interior and exterior spaces were designed to compliment each other blurring the line between landscape and interior space.
Architect: Dep Design
Landscape Architect: Lila Fendrick
Lighting Design: Pro Design Distribution
Kitchen Design: Alison Tilley
Metal work: Elemental Metalworks
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1310 T Street NW, Washington, DC 20009