Work is now complete for this Chatham Arch Brownstone Interior Renovation on Walnut Street just west of Massachusetts Avenue in downtown Indianapolis.
Scopes included completely new kitchen-dining-living and master spa with new steam shower all designed to maximize natural light and functionality in this 10-year-old urban dwelling. Results were unveiled at a recent political fundraiser. Thanks to all the vendors and contractors who helped make it happen! Stay tuned for more photos to come!
Check out the Indianapolis Monthly Article, “Tinker Time”, featuring our Broad Ripple Bungalow project. If you want to see it in-person, participate in the 2016 AIA Architects Home Tour in October 2016.
Check out this story about Knitted Poufs Rule the Nest – features a WERK | Building Modern’s Broad Ripple Bungalow project.
“Want to play the card of relaxation? Adopt soon, if not already, one of these rings and decorative poufs at the show, in a room, wherever you feel like it! They adapt to all spaces, prove highly practical in small apartment and combine with all styles. Solo, duo, trio, they become even extra furniture: coffee table, end table, bedside table, footrest, fireside … in wool, cotton, knitted, crocheted, braided, homemade, color sober or flashy , which you adopt? And for what purpose? A brief overview of their innumerable possibilities and places of residence.” – Article by Anne-Laure Sizun
WERK | Building Modern Broad Ripple Bungalow POP ART Apartment Therapy featured in article. Check out the link!
WERK Home Spa Featured in Article, “10 Essentials for Enjoying a Spa-Like Experience at Home“. This bathroom remodel was part of a comprehensive residential addition. Unique characteristics of this spa include the adaptive-use of the original 1930’s glass tile and cast iron tub into a more efficient, modern design. Vanity is a custom-made open-legged table for a furniture look and more open feel in a relatively small main floor bath. Original double-hung window was replaced with obscure glass block.