150 Hudson Residence by Lucid Studio is a “moody and modern” family home located in Denver, Colorado, USA. As you approach the residence from the street, you are greeted by aged copper panels with subtle shades of greens and blues. A large 2-story commercial glass piercing unveils 3 6-foot tall Pablo Design pendants suspended between the first and second floor. The main goal was to fill the design scheme with various materials and textures, without any of them taking center stage.
Metal stairs are on display in the center of the house, with a metal mesh rail spiraling through the stairwell from the basement up to the third floor. According to the architects, the project is an experiment in using “a nearly-monochromatic color palette, with a mix of sheens, patterns, and textures that evolve into a neutral backdrop, allowing the future owner to add life and color to the space with their own belongings and character. Engineered wood floors in white oak are stained in a light grey matte finish with a slight shimmer that is revealed subtly under the lights. Charcoal stained birch doors are accented with black hardware.” Natural lighting travels freely throughout the house, casting shadows and revealing experiences with each new interior.
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