This apartment, located in The Griffin overlooking Rock Creek Park in Washington, D.C., is a pied-a-terre for a suburban family. The client, a collector of modern furniture, needed a space to display his craft furniture with enough room to entertain. Minimalist lines and understated details make the artful furniture the focal point of the space. Complex, gabled roof planes reflect and deflect natural light, and are coupled with a long, barrel vault to brighten and bring interest to the spaces and the furnishings. Geometric shapes throughout the kitchen and bathrooms echo the lines and curves of the furniture. The living quarters include a master suite, two additional bedrooms, a playroom, a study, and a large terrace with a southern exposure.