Anodized aluminum with wood accents cover this house in Illinois

River View House by Studio Dwell

Photography by Marty Peters

 

Studio Dwell have designed this multi-level home in Wayne, Illinois, that has the social areas above, and the bedrooms nestled into the sloping site.

 

River View House by Studio Dwell

Photography by Marty Peters

The base of the home is exposed concrete, with the upper level clad in anodized aluminum panels.

River View House by Studio Dwell

Photography by Marty Peters

Accents of Ipe wood provide a material and visual contrast between the concrete and aluminum panels.

River View House by Studio Dwell

Photography by Marty Peters

An open glass-lined bridge guides visitors to the front door.

River View House by Studio Dwell

Photography by Marty Peters

Inside, a half wall helps define the living area.

River View House by Studio Dwell

Photography by Marty Peters

This wood clad box houses the fireplace, pantry, and kitchen components.

River View House by Studio Dwell

Photography by Marty Peters

Here you can see how the appliances are neatly tucked away.

River View House by Studio Dwell

Photography by Marty Peters

Hardware-free white cabinetry has been used throughout the kitchen.

River View House by Studio Dwell

Photography by Marty Peters

Exposed steel stairs with glass railings lead to the lower level of the home.

River View House by Studio Dwell

Photography by Marty Peters

The master bath is filled with natural light, and the partial height exposed concrete wall separates the bedroom and bathroom.

River View House by Studio Dwell

Photography by Marty Peters

The bathroom also includes a large shower with rainfall a shower head.

River View House by Studio Dwell

Photography by Marty Peters

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