Kalorama Historic Coop Renovation

This project involved a complete overhaul of a two-bedroom condominium in a historic pre-war apartment building in Washington D.C.'s Kalorama neighborhood. Impact worked closely with owner-architect Nicholas Potts to restore the unit to its original standard. The thoughtful design focused on the use of soft lines-- multiple arched openings and curved cove moldings- throughout the main living area. New rift-sawn white oak flooring in herringbone pattern was installed throughout the unit. Door and window trim-- as well as thoughtful use of picture moldings throughout the unit- was installed to match the original historic casings. The bathroom and kitchen features dramatic callacata marble slabs with soft brass finishes- invoking neoclassical design. This project was featured recently in Architectural Digest