These two attached houses are located at North Williams Avenue, Portland. The shape of the houses architecture is simple cube with windows with a dark skin of smooth cedar. The interior of each home is composed of two distinct spatial orders. The house architecture is creating the housing environment which will reflects the modernity architecture style without leaving the comfortable aspects as design constraint.
Designed with white oak floors, velvety white woodwork and bright walls are components and materials that was use in the interior design. Make a value to the room at upper level, as a direct outdoor orientation from within. Emphasizing this continuity, the stair treads are cut flush, and sanded smooth to give the appearance of a folded floor plane rather than a series of stair parts. The levels remain free of doors, utilizing movable wall panels for flexible privacy.
The first is a series of six rooms, offset at each half story, and smoothly joined by a series of half flight stairs forming a modified open floor plan. The architecture refers to the simple and diversity of architecture in general. More info about the architects: Atelier Waechter