Shortening the eaves and removing walls improves circulation and adds space to this home remodel.
A 1950s ranch house benefits from a strategic redesign by the team at SHED Architecture & Design.
Creating a warm and inviting entrance, this Farmhouse styled home evokes a traditional sense of the holidays. Happy Holidays and a Peaceful and Prosperous New Year. Photograph- http://www.kengutmaker.com
The hand-sculpted textures of lime plaster bring warmth and depth to a midcentury ranch.
The structure of this picture window echoes the shape of a child’s drawing of a house. Clearing the furniture (literally) and shooting the space symmetrically further abstracts and flattens the…
A unique twist on poolside indoor-outdoor living space.
The privacy wall for this unit matches the decking.
In Encinitas, California, a remodel honors the venerable ranch style with modest, modern improvements
While designing a first-floor addition that looks like it has always been there is often straightforward, designing a second-floor addition can present a host of design hurdles.
A two-phase renovation changes this house from outdated to outstanding.
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