Stackable Design

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Massimo Vignelli introduced an iconic mid-century design, his concept was a "design to be semantically correct, syntactically consistent and pragmatically understandable". He created the stackable dinnerware that has been included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, aka MOMA. The genius in this design is in the way it stacks, maximizing space with tremendous appeal. It became an instant classic. The architectural design of 984 South Vine has incorporated the stackable design concept by layering nearly 6000 finished square feet and 21 rooms with tremendous appeal. All three levels of the home are stacked to a supreme level of finish. The walk-out level entertains with a media, exercise and recreational room plus a wet bar that leads out to a sunken patio with stairs to the main entrance. The walk-out level also hosts a guest bedroom, full bath and a laundry room. The main level's open floor plan accommodates a large living and dining room with a wet bar, a great room off the kitchen with eating nook plus access to the outdoor patio and yard. The main level's library study charms with a private patio. The third level's master suite has a private balcony deck, fireplace, ceiling fan, five piece bath with jetted tub, steam shower, double sinks and a vanity. Three additional bedrooms and two full baths complete the third level, plus an additional laundry room. All three levels are accessed by a dramatic floating hardwood staircase that is approximately 35 vertical feet from the floor of the walk-out to the third floor ceiling. Now this is taking stackable design to new heights! Visit the virtual tour at www.denverrealestate.com! For a private showing of this spectacular Wash Park home email judy@kentwoodcity.com posted: August 25, 2011 - Judy's Denver - Blog
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