The homeowners presented an intriguing challenge for their 1920s home: appease his desire for modern design while satisfying her wish for a transitional style. The design utilizes contextually appropriate modernity and bright interiors while staying true to the form and function of the home. Modern detailing of the Kebony wood siding provides a rainscreen that complements the rough texture of the existing masonry, and the second-story addition as a whole addresses spatial needs for a growing family.
As featured in The Design Bureau 100.
Contractor: Thomas Archer Contracting · Photography: Greg Hadley Photography