21st Century Neo-Classical Sunroom - Fine Homebuilding

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21st Century Neo-Classical Sunroom

comments (4) September 8th, 2010 in Project Gallery
ddlangley ddlangley, member

Sunroom exterior
View from the Garden
The Old & The New... View from the Pond
New and Old... Raking Cornices... in relationship
Sunroom exteriorClick To Enlarge

Sunroom exterior

Photo: Randy O'Rourke

The challenge was to take a mid-19th century schoolhouse with Greek Revival architecture and add a 21st century sunroom modeled after the original structure. The details on the new sunroom integrate but do not detract from the elements of the original.


Design or Plan used: My own design - Hudson Valley Preservation Corporation
posted in: Project Gallery, remodeling, additions, cottage, sunroom

Comments (4)

larsonbrent larsonbrent writes: Find out what to look for when you are shopping for a hard drive
Posted: 11:32 pm on May 9th

finework finework writes: Exquisite detailing. This must have taken some time to get right. Would love to see some interior shots.
Posted: 5:05 pm on September 28th

alabama0121 alabama0121 writes: I go along with the first comment. The racking cornices in relationship to the original house make you believe the sunroom has always been there. Nice job.
Posted: 2:38 pm on September 27th

Cedarville Cedarville writes: You really did a wonderful job here, particularly in placing the original house as the most important element of the design rather than the addition. So many times I see an addition as ‘taking over” the original home, rather than complementing it.
Posted: 11:57 am on September 22nd

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