We opened up this 1930’s brick semi-detached home in Washington, DC. We turned the small cramped rooms into a light-filled, open-plan space that still retains intimacy and original details.
This is my own home — a very old worker’s bungalow in historic Takoma Park. The first floor is devoted exclusively to my sculpture studio. A ground floor addition and basement remodel resulted in light-filled garden living. Exposed steel beams and columns marry beautifully […]
My client’s 30-year old kitchen and adjacent laundry room were tired and falling apart. They wanted an ultra modern kitchen but with a touch of warmth.
The shape of this kitchen remodel was determined by 2 major – and unexpected – decisions: first, to NOT expand the footprint of the kitchen, and, second, to use bright red counters.
My client lives in what started out as a small 1940’s colonial in Silver Spring, MD. Like all modest houses of it’s era it had small rooms separated from each other including a small galley kitchen and no foyer — the front door led right […]
The big idea in this kitchen remodel was to open up the kitchen and breakfast room to the wonderful view that first sold them on the house.
We added a mere 70 square feet to this 1930’s Tudor revival but dramatically increased the livable space and its connection to the outside.