2501 pennsylvania avenue, washington, dc

Energized.
light oak kitchen: "urban fresh"

The focus of this design solution was to create a welcoming family kitchen in a space defined by good flow and connection to the rest of the apartment, but without windows to the outside. Cabinetry in quarter-cut oak with horizontal grain lends the space a soft, warm glow, while honed carrera marble countertops and a full-height backsplash brighten the working areas. Relying on the streamlined aesthetic of Varenna cabinetry, we were able to create a space with a classic work triangle and a fresh new appeal. Wall-cabinet doors swing up, allowing easy access to all cabinets at once without any obstacles.

The light oak kitchen was featured as a 2009 winner:

Washington Spaces
2009 Winner

$75,001 to $150,000
Contemporary Kitchen
"Cosmopolitan Elegance"

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Laid Back.
dark kitchen: "dc cosmopolitan"

An elegant yet laid back kitchen was designed to complement the open layout of this 2,400 SQF downtown condominium. This kitchen invites you in at the door and takes advantage of the surrounding spaces by erasing boundaries between the living, dining, and TV rooms. The sleek wenge wood cabinets connect well with their more traditional surroundings. Long, skinny handles in stainless steel add to the kitchen’s horizontal theme. The Sub-Zero refrigerator, pantry, and double oven are seamlessly integrated, creating the look of floor-to-ceiling wood paneling. The strategically positioned island separates the kitchen from the living and dining rooms, allowing the “chef” to remain at the heart of action.

2501 Penn was published in...

Foggy Bottom's Finest:
2501 Pennsylvania Avenue

Washington Spaces
Early Spring 2009

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Perched just below Washington Circle and convenient to the Four Seasons, the State Department, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and all the finery of Georgetown, you’ll find 2501 Pennsylvania Avenue, a recently-completed development fit to house metropolitan singles, couples, or full families...

A Dashing Den: 
Inside a Single Man's Stylish Abode

By Kara Manos
Photography by Kevin Allen
Capitol File, Oct/Nov 2010, "The Men's Issue"

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A generation ago, the words “bachelor pad” often brought to mind visions of unkempt quarters and ramshackle, post-collegiate furniture. But these days, the savviest of single men are paying close attention to the design and décor of their homes. Combining history and modernism, Mason is making 2501 Pennsylvania Avenue one of the most desired addresses in the city. With units priced between $2 million and $4 million, the property has already attracted prominent locals, including a DC sports figure and a highly regarded energy lawyer, among other prominent residences...

Condos Beyond Compare

By Sherry Moeller
Washington Spaces 
2nd Anniversary Issue 
Early Winter 2006

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“A lot of time and attention went into refining the layout of the 2501 Pennsylvania condominiums,” says Vincent Sagart, principal of Poliform | sagartstudio. “Working closely with BBG-BBGM architects, we were able to develop spectacular open spaces with an excellent flow where built-in cabinetry became seamlessly integrated into the interior architecture of each unit.”....