Another Challenge Solved!

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  We faced another challenge at the top of the stairs — the width of room and the walls in common.  The wall on right was in common with the current office/bedroom, and the wall on the left was in common with the current kitchen. Neither of these walls could be moved without jeopardizing the… Read more »

Westgate Project – Challenges

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We faced big challenges before we even started with the Westgate remodel.  The existing house was too small for the owner’s needs.  It was built on a sloping site, on a narrow lot, with no room for expansion except at the garage level below the house.  Plus the existing house had a non-permitted bedroom/bathroom at… Read more »

Could You Live in an All-Glass House?

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An architect I admire, Philip Johnson built an all-glass house in 1949, and lived in it. I really thought it was an amazing piece of design work. The house, in New Canaan, Connecticut has been open to the public for the last few years. Haven’t made the trip but it’s on my bucket list. Found… Read more »