Art Collector's Home

Washington, DC

A Georgian (circa 1928) home in Washington D.C. was given complete renovation treatment and expanded into a modernist, state-of-the-art home and gallery for the owner’s vast art collection. The house’s previous room layout, centered around a winding staircase, was not conducive to a fluid exchange between rooms and was therefore reimagined to open up the interior space, ameliorating it for social gatherings. The winding staircase was reconstructed in glass and steel, as was the back of the house. The resulting design is timeless, inspiring, and completely in line with the owner’s needs.

Photos by Maxwell MacKenzie.
Additional photos by Neil Archer Roan.