Jamaica Plain, MA
Architect: RODE Architects
Interior Decoration: Anja Park Design
This project is located on one of the most prominent streets in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston. The building honors this diverse and eclectic neighborhood of Jamaica Plain by embracing its budding art community. Two local artists were commissioned to produce works for the common areas. Within its distinctly urban setting, the building is tucked neatly into a hillside between Iffley and Montebello Roads, and while the front of the building faces Washington Street, the back of the building opens out to a courtyard seating area and beautifully landscaped hillside beyond.
Flat 308 is a two bedroom unit for a young professional couple living an urban lifestyle. It faces the courtyard of the building. This unit features rich, saturated warm colors, a green ‘living’ wall, earthy tones and walnut wood furniture, which capture the quiet, natural setting and courtyard views outside. Full dining option, flex room (office guest kid). Two bathrooms that
The interior concept of unit 301 had a single tenant in mind. The apartment features a studio/1 bed layout and street front views. It is meant to reflect upon the active life style of its tenant with its vibrant colors, punchy artwork and the notion that this renter may also visit the exciting places the diverse neighborhood has to offer (Ula, Sam Adams Brewery and beer garden. Both units are appointed with spacious bathrooms, and contemporary kitchen appliances.
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