Corcoran Street RowhouseWashington, DC
These two-time clients engaged us to completely gut and renovate a 3-story row house on Corcoran street, right off the 14 street corridor, in Washington, DC. The lower unit was to become a rental unit, and the upper two floors were to be turned into a modern apartment for the couple. The previous convoluted plan was a series of rooms with a difficult circulation and walls that blocked the light. The result is an open, light filled modern apartment that allows for the display of art and for uncluttered living.
- The project was the cover story in the Real Estate section of The Washington Post on 21 July 2018.
"We hired FORMA for the second time to do a full renovation of a 2,500 sf 1900 townhouse in the Logan Circle neighborhood in DC. We wanted a completely open, airy, modern space and FORMA's design delivered it, making a great use of every single space. Despite the challenges the project presented, given the age of the house, everything went smoothly without major surprises and with incredible results".-