Klopf architecture has something unique, particularly for us to digest healthily. This house boasts more than just a design, it is about the management and by the way we like the look of its neat racking and shelving. It is located in Cupertino, California and has been considered as a fine example of modern single family dwelling. It is designed in 2011 and the maker behind this wonderful house is none other than Klopf Architecture.
The house is in monochrome treat but things and stuff placed there are in assorted colors giving pops of fun and playful touches that intensely makes us feel quite entertained. We hardly see such a sight because the walls are completely covered by racks and shelves in a great deal while some windows are installed to provide the paths for natural lights and fresh air to flow in.
The open plan area features, simple dining nook, a decent living space, a stylish and lavish kitchen and a couple of workspaces which are unusually make us of racks and shelves there as their tables with additional fancy chairs included. Really, we like the idea of putting and showing all stuff you got into a certain kind of exhibition and boast all of them to everyone who join in for a visit.
You can put everything starting from decorations, accessories, ornaments, books, plants, up to kitchen things and stuff. The result is surprisingly nice and quite aesthetic. The clean cuts and clear arrangements make it a tidy space that exudes undeniably pleasing charms. In another words, it is very much easy on the eye.
The unique stairs are fabulous while outside a chic patio awaits in tranquil environment. The house is full of positive energy and the atmosphere helps for the better. It is really something else which can surely add another reference into your book. We love the shelving and we hope you do as well.