November 17, 2022


The Elm residential complex: an icon of contemporary design in Washington D.C.

From high-end modern kitchens, spacious dressing rooms and double-height ceilings, to private terraces

Boasting panoramic views and generous green spaces, The Elm is located just footsteps from Bethesda Row and Woodmont Avenue. A glass skybridge connects two 29-floor skyscrapers in the cultural beating heart of the district.

Every inch of the complex has been designed with tranquillity in mind; from the large windows that flood apartments with sunlight every morning, to the relaxing, Scandinavian-inspired colour palette. Bathed in light, the clean and contemporary interiors feature AC4 Natural 1L Michigan Clear laminate flooring by L’Antic Colonial. The white walls and wooden furnishings lend a sense of balance to rooms such as the kitchens and bathrooms, in perfect harmony with the building’s sophistication character.

Open spaces

The open-plan kitchen and living spaces are made for socialising at home, and are accented by soft textures, fresh colours and modern elements inviting you to relax in comfort in the apartment. A new wellness standard for residents.

Private and intimate, the area of the property reserved for the bedrooms and bathrooms comes 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.


A sunset swim or cocktail on the roof terrace, spacious interiors, and unrivalled access to restaurants, the arts and local music scene in the cultural beating heart of Bethesda. This is where life takes shape, offering experiences and shared spaces for dinner, work and relaxing. And always feeling at home.

See it in Projects Porcelanosa.

Architecture: Shalom Baranes.

Photo: La Dexon Photographie.

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