Interior Architecture: Bloom House by Greg Lynn
Bloom House is an amazing project of an architect Greg Lynn located at the vicinity of a Pacific Ocean on a 35’ x 90’ site that looks like a boxy modern abode but features amazing interior architecture. Completed in 2010 the Bloom House has a very unique interior design. The two and a half storey house features curved line in walls, doorways and furniture and has a curved lighting fixture that spreads across the ceiling in the living room.
The fireplace in the living room is protruding from the wall in a rounded shape as if it grew out of it and the walls in the neibouring room are waved and convex. The furniture in the bathroom and especially kitchen is also interesting echoing the shapes and lines in the house’s structure giving an impression that just like a fireplace it grew out of floors and walls.
The house has three bedrooms, maid room, utility rooms and a garage. There are also a powder room and a home office in which, by the way, the window frames are shaped as an eyelet which echose the curved interior architecture in the rest of the house.
The walls and some of the furniture in the Bloom House is made of Corian. The rest of the finishes include wood and glass. The bathroom is covered in mosaic square tiles.
The dining room is joined with the living room but divided with a small loft. In the kitchen the eating area has a rounded seat like in a bar or a cafe.
The house’s facade is wood-framed and glazed allowing plenty of light inside and facing the green lawn. What do you think about the Bloom House?
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