Yeah, I know … another conversion project; but I can’t help myself; I love the reuse, recycle method of design and architecture of taking something old, and probably closed up and shuttered, and creating something new.
Plus, there’s a giant tooth inside this one; seriously.
First, I love the interiors; the eclectic design and architecture; the tiles and the skylights; the trumpet light; the reclaimed wood and the soaring ceilings; that closet. But then there, right in the middle of the floor is a giant tooth … or, as the architects dubbed it, a ‘man cave,’ though it’s really a bedroom with an ensuite.
an cave’ is a sculptural carbon-fiber pod with a semi-gloss finish of resin-faced foam separated into two spaces: the bedroom, with the bed sculpted from the wall and a leather — yes, leather-clad floor — and an ensuite, which incorporates a shower area, built-in vanity, freestanding basins and bathtub sculpture.
It’s like the best of both worlds … a lot of something old, recycled and reused and redone, with a touch of something from the future.