Camellia Terrace – Hi Neighbors!

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The transformation of this home creates a whole new look and feel from its previous life. To the far left is the portion of the new master bedroom with a gable roof. The section to the right has three windows. On the left is a toilet room and the two other windows are where the… Read more »

Craftsman Style Addition: Camellia Terrace

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The owners wanted to remodel their home from the existing ranch to a craftsman style.  This style of home often encompasses natural materials, such as stone, shingle siding, and open porches with overhanging beams and rafters. Our addition was made forward, meaning brought towards the front of the house  – closer to the street.  It still… Read more »

Camellia Terrace Addition Challenges

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My clients knew they would have to remodel the Camellia Terrace 1950/60’s Ranch-style house when they bought it.  The location is what they liked.  It was ideal, with a good neighborhood, good schools and an excellent surrounding community. There were challenges, though.  The 3 bedroom, 2 bath home was really too small for the family’s… Read more »

A Poet?

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“Every great architect is – necessarily – a great poet. He must be a great original interpreter of his time, his day, his age.” Frank Lloyd Wright A poet? Well yes, I understand. The design of building and structures at best do reflect our time, day and age. Trends of our time, such as green… Read more »