Patrick Ousey, AIA
Pam Chandler, AIA
Overhaul a charming 1930s home to produce a spacious, modern, and bright primary residence.
In order to allow the client to move into the property sooner, the project was executed in two phases. The initial phase remodeled the existing 1100-square-foot home by changing the floor plan to create larger combined spaces. New lighting, refinished hardwoods, two remodeled bathrooms, a sleek kitchen, and rebuilt fireplace brought the house back to life. Collaboration between our team, the landscaper, and the architect allowed us to execute a landscape plan that would be unaffected by the subsequent construction. In the second phase, the existing 400-square-foot carport was converted into a state-of-the-art media room and office. Our systematic approach to project management allowed us to execute phase one in the two-month period required and the second phase after move-in with little interruption to the client.
The house's original charm was preserved, while interior and exterior spaces were enhanced and modernized to suit the owner's contemporary lifestyle.