The design philosophy of Oregon architecture firm 2fORM Architecture is summarized in this simple formula: one people + one environment = 2fORM Architecture. That is, the firm understands that architecture captures the relationship and interaction between people and their environment. A multidisplinary design firm based in Eugene, 2fORM Architecture is committed to the principles of “collaboration, service, sustainability, and innovative design.” With each project that the firm takes on, the team collaborates with the client to create spaces that best cater to their needs. The award-winning firm has won AIA awards and been featured in publications, including Design Bureau Magazine, among others.
2fORM Architecture recently breathed new life into a hillside mid-century modern home. Surrounded by a gorgeous foresty landscape, the residence needed a refresh of the interior and exterior spaces, as well as enhancement of the thermal technologies utilized in the home. Saunter into the cozy home and have a look:
Industrial aesthetics with a tinge of vintage flavor give this space a lofty feel. The orange-red chairs pop in the otherwise neutral space, while the globe pendant lights complement the newly installed skylights.
A look at the kitchen reveals cabinetry with wood grain details and stainless steel enmeshed in the designs.
The organic feel of the room is courtesy of a unique globe ceiling light and forest-like wall art and pillow. A contemporary chair sits at the workspace of the divided room.
Round dual sinks bring an ambiance of luxury into the handwashing experience. This roomy restroom design conveys a relaxing feeling of space.
This child’s bedroom allows the kids to easily transition from playing indoors to playing outdoors.
Increasing outdoor space was one of the main remodeling goals of the owners, so a series of outdoor decks were built to connect the interior with the exterior.
The exterior of the home was remodeled to include aluminum-clad wood windows and a dark-stained cedar rain screen system.
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