There are few spaces that were built for and around the idea of growing children. For Wolveridge Architects, their project for a family of 5 became more of a piece about redesigning around children of the residence. This home on Lever Avenue received the royal treatment when each kiddo was able to have their own individual bedroom and spaces to enjoy all together.
The dark facade of the exterior implies that this space is dark, dreary and completely uninviting, until the interior is reached and it is just another bright and cheery home. A courtyard was also implemented once the family determined that a kid’s wing was necessary, and the north facing space is perfect for early mornings and late evenings enjoying the night time sky.
Wooden slats and intricate, strategically placed built ins keep from allowing any unwanted light in and also create a more interesting view of the outdoors and offer decoration for those on the interior for majority of the time.