dressing area. “When sitting at his desk, David not only has
a view out the front windows, he can look down the hall
and out the bedroom windows,” says Awad Wagner.
The existing master bathroom was enlarged and
trimmed with generous mouldings that match the originals found throughout the condo. Traditionally styled
custom cabinetry, Carrara marble, and semigloss subway
tiles are all in a palette of white and off-white. Though
the bathroom has no windows, Awad Wagner designed
it so that when the bedroom door is open, there is a view
to the trees outside its window.
Where other potential buyers saw dead space at the
end of the long entrance hall, Awad Wagner saw an opportunity for transformation. She created an office space for
herself in a loft nook that overlooks the breakfast area in
the kitchen and has a prime view of the garden through a
dual-height window on the rear wall.
Reconfiguring the lower level to accommodate a
third bedroom involved moving the kitchen from the
interior windows, complete with window boxes, add a whimsical touch and connect son
Julian’s room (formerly the kitchen) to the main living space. The built-in cupboards
accommodate a wine cooler, audio equipment, and the Wagners’ collection of family china.