The Balmain House Slots in Plenty of Sunlight

By: Summer Luu - Published: Jan 14, 2011 • References: carterwilliamson & contemporist
The Balmain House was built for the clients of Carter Williamson Architecture, created with plenty of open areas for sunlight to shine through.

As the old home was Victorian, dark and periodically tight, it made for a depressing setting for everyday living. In a completely new makeover, it stands as an all-white structure with floor-to-ceiling windows completely adorning the front. Planks jut out like a large shelving unit from the home, creating an undeniably mesmerizing design. Undeniably, the Balmain House now brings in the warm sunlight to brighten up each day. Stats for Shelving Unit Homes Trending: Older & Chilly
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