The colorful vision is mixed with the playful look in the home decorated and crafted to make the whole living experience an awesome one with making everyone thing suitably assumed to be the succinct one. Here,we are talking of an architectural sculpture which is void to the applauds.
With its name deriving from the North Star (easy to spot though the skylight the kid’s bedroom), Polaris House was designed by Boston-based architect Bob Augustine and is located in Middle s*x County, Massachusetts, USA. The awesome exterior of the residence is adapted to the wood-defined architecture of the neighborhood.
You can spot the entrance easily due to the zinc-clad silo, contrasting the rest of the building finished in Western Red Cedar. The interiors were especially developed with a playful, childish vision in mind. Vivid colors and eye-catching lighting fixtures fill the house. As the client explained, the living space “is all about the kids.”
A circular metal stair, painted in a striking industrial orange hue, acts as the focal point of the residence and guides inhabitants towards the second floor, where a library and a home office are located. Have a look at the pictures and you will find the unusual colour mixing to be appealing and peckish.