Eleven Eleven condo interior renderings

One last quick update on Eleven Eleven East Pike. Here are two interior renderings which show off the unique sliding puzzle wall.

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  • http://stroupecondoblog.com Justin Bowers

    Hey! Is that you pushing the wall back there?

  • http://stroupecondoblog.com Justin Bowers

    Hey! Is that you pushing the wall back there?

  • Joel

    If he lets that big block slide all the way to the right he gets a tetris!

    I don’t get this. Why would you want to open up your bedroom to the living room?

  • Joel

    If he lets that big block slide all the way to the right he gets a tetris!

    I don’t get this. Why would you want to open up your bedroom to the living room?

  • http://www.vladcole.net vladcole

    “Why would you want to open up your bedroom to the living room?”

    My bedroom is open to my living room because:

    1. it gives me a greater sense of space
    2. it allows me to use the bedroom + living room as a single entertainment space
    3. it lets more light into the bedroom (from the living room)

    The option to reconfigure your space on occasion also keeps the space feeling fresh and new.

  • http://www.vladcole.net vladcole

    “Why would you want to open up your bedroom to the living room?”

    My bedroom is open to my living room because:

    1. it gives me a greater sense of space
    2. it allows me to use the bedroom + living room as a single entertainment space
    3. it lets more light into the bedroom (from the living room)

    The option to reconfigure your space on occasion also keeps the space feeling fresh and new.

  • Eric K

    It’s probably done for zoning reasons — code requires a an exterior window for a true bedroom. So this is really just a divided loft space.

  • Eric K

    It’s probably done for zoning reasons — code requires a an exterior window for a true bedroom. So this is really just a divided loft space.

  • Joel

    Let me run those reasons through the cynic machine:

    1. Get people to pay more for less space
    2. I don’t think I would want people romping around in my bedroom
    3. Two words: Bedroom window

    I’m not sure opening and closing a door counts as “reconfiguring space”. I have 8 inside doors in my house. Does that mean my house has 2^8 configurations?

  • Joel

    Let me run those reasons through the cynic machine:

    1. Get people to pay more for less space
    2. I don’t think I would want people romping around in my bedroom
    3. Two words: Bedroom window

    I’m not sure opening and closing a door counts as “reconfiguring space”. I have 8 inside doors in my house. Does that mean my house has 2^8 configurations?

  • nitsuj

    I’m with Joel on this one and not drinking the hipcoolmodern kool-aid. I open up my bedroom for entertainment space? Party for two, yes, party for ten, no.

    “Im not sure opening and closing a door counts as reconfiguring space. I have 8 inside doors in my house. Does that mean my house has 2^8 configurations?”

    LOL

  • nitsuj

    I’m with Joel on this one and not drinking the hipcoolmodern kool-aid. I open up my bedroom for entertainment space? Party for two, yes, party for ten, no.

    “I’m not sure opening and closing a door counts as “reconfiguring space”. I have 8 inside doors in my house. Does that mean my house has 2^8 configurations?”

    LOL

  • http://www.vladcole.net vc

    Well, depends on your space really.

    Here’s the view from my bedroom with no movable wall in place (before we had any furniture): http://flickr.com/photos/vladcole/517266462/ Guests sitting in the living room tell me that they like it when I open the bedroom up. It gives longer vantage points and makes it feel much more spacious than when the walls are rolled into place.

    “Two words: Bedroom window”

    That was four words, which — coincidentally — happens to be the number of bedroom windows I have. I guess this thread just shows that we’ve all got different living preferences.

    “I dont think I would want people romping around in my bedroom”

    I kind of like it. Am I deviant? Photo taken while partygoer sat on my bed:
    http://flickr.com/photos/vladcole/1094050265/

  • http://www.vladcole.net vc

    Well, depends on your space really.

    Here’s the view from my bedroom with no movable wall in place (before we had any furniture): http://flickr.com/photos/vladcole/517266462/ Guests sitting in the living room tell me that they like it when I open the bedroom up. It gives longer vantage points and makes it feel much more spacious than when the walls are rolled into place.

    “Two words: Bedroom window”

    That was four words, which — coincidentally — happens to be the number of bedroom windows I have. I guess this thread just shows that we’ve all got different living preferences.

    “I don’t think I would want people romping around in my bedroom”

    I kind of like it. Am I deviant? Photo taken while partygoer sat on my bed:
    http://flickr.com/photos/vladcole/1094050265/

  • http://www.daytonabeachrentals.us/spruce-creek-fly-in-community-florida.html Aswin Suri

    I like this because if you work from home you can use the main area to see clients and the dinning table as a conference table and close off the kitchen and bedroom. Great design if you ask me!

  • http://www.daytonabeachrentals.us/spruce-creek-fly-in-community-florida.html Aswin Suri

    I like this because if you work from home you can use the main area to see clients and the dinning table as a conference table and close off the kitchen and bedroom. Great design if you ask me!