A simple front facade consisting solely of ten-foot shuttered French doors radiates elegance in this new traditional foursquare home in Washington, D.C. Featured in Country Living magazine, the airy plan offers spaciousness in a limited-fronted site of the American foursquare house. The goal for the design was creating a contemporary foursquare style house. The family room and kitchen of this American foursquare interior are separated by a glassy built-in rather than walls, encouraging visual connection between the spaces in the four square house. Though nestled in the city, this American foursquare home feels like a classic country home.
Architecture/Interior Architecture: Donald Lococo Architects
Interior Designer/Interior Architecture: Darryl Carter Inc.
Landscape Architect: Sandy Clinton
Structural Engineer: 1200 Architectural Engineers
Contractor: Block Builders
Photographer: John Cole