Porcelanosa Project Featured on America By Design – The Elm Bethesda
The Elm is located just steps from Bethesda Row and Woodmont Avenue and showcases beautiful panoramic views and generous green spaces. With two 29-floor skyscrapers connected by a glass skybridge, the Elm is an icon of contemporary design in Washington D.C. located in the cultural beating heart of the district.
The complex itself, designed by the architectural firm Shalom Baranes was built with serenity in mind; from the floor to ceiling windows that fill the apartments with natural lighting every morning, to the soothing, Scandinavian-inspired color palette. Bathed in light, the clean and contemporary interiors feature AC4 Natural 1L Michigan Clear laminate flooring by L’Antic Colonial.
The open format kitchen and living spaces designed for entertaining at home are accented by soft textures, fresh colors and modern elements creating a sense of comfort and wellness for residents.
The bedrooms and bathrooms in each unit are fully finished with floor and wall tiles by Porcelanosa and Ibiza ceramic tiles by L’Antic Colonial, following the same interior design scheme as the rest of the home, with a Scandinavian influence.
With convenient access to restaurants as well as the local music & arts scene, the Elm is the place to live & work in Bethesda. Offering experiences and shared spaces for dinner, work and relaxing, the Elm takes modern living to a new standard.
America by Design
The Elm was recently featured in the new season of the TV show “America ByDesign – Architecture” on CBS News Streaming Network, beginning this Saturday November 12th which can be accessed by anyone, anywhere in the USA & in 102 countries worldwide.
America by Design is all about American innovation, ingenuity and design excellence. It’s about inspiration, disruption and changing the game.
Season 1 of “America ByDesign: Architecture” will be aired on LIVE TV starting February 2023.
Our very own, Ignacio Vidal, Facades Director is being featured as one of the judges on the show.
Watch the full episode of the show below.
To view more photos of the Elm, visit our Project Portfolio here.