The 6a Brockton House by Cecconi Simone is an understated, four story house that combines the finest materials with industrial elements such as factory windows and concrete floors.
The overall feel of this designer house is very linear, with layers of horizontal elements throughout. The clean, pared-down aesthetic focuses on maximum flexibility and geometric shapes. The spacious feel of the interior is reinforced by judicious use of room dividers instead of walls to define living spaces.
It’s a modern interior that makes the most of every inch by combining functions whenever possible. The Ipe wood dining table and benches nest together when not in use and the black fireplace serves double duty as a focal point and room divider.
The cubist inspired white sofas and clean, white kitchen stay true to the urban flavor of the house. What impresses us the most, though, is the extensive amount of unobtrusive storage. Each room seems almost zen in its simplicity, yet there is ample storage everywhere you look.