Open shelving between the living room and dining area maximizes light and air flow and showcases eclectic objects, which include old printing blocks found at a garage sale and bowls Tyler’s mother bought in South Africa. Courtesy of Andrew Meredith
In the living room, Julia and Nick's furniture—a Case Study bed from DWR, a table by Bookhou and a lounger by Brothers Dressler—shares spaces with a teak hand-me-down. The backyard, enclosed by a cedar fence, is shared between the houses.
Sherman dropped the floor at the rear extension to gain ceiling height for the living room. Radiant heat keeps the concrete floor warm, and translucent panels by define zones within the apartment while diffusing daylight.