Family First: Where the Generations Come Together

Designing around the needs of two grandparents - and their modern art collection

With a delightful collection of impressive art, the Stoeckers obviously have quite the eye for art. But the disconnected design of their Atlanta cottage made it difficult for them to keep an eye out on their grandchildren. To solve this problem, HammerSmith connected an isolated room to the rest of the house by extending the kitchen. In doing so, they created a fully functioning space – where rooms intimately relate to each other much like the Stoeckers interact with their grandkids.

But HammerSmith didn’t just integrate the kitchen into the other spaces, they made it sparkle and shine. Mosaic-mirrored stone and glass tiles punctuate the elegant Calacatta marble countertops. With opulence in mind, a silver and gold leafed light fixture is the twinkle that makes this kitchen the star of the house.

But no star shines without a supporting cast. HammerSmith took the cold, oversized master bathroom and made it the envy of any guest at a resort spa. Juxtaposing tones and textures make this a luxurious space that would impress Mr. Andy Warhol himself.

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