The goal for this 1930’s Rosewood Bungalow was to create an updated modern feel while still staying true to the original style of the house, and giving special attention to accessibility that will allow this owner to age in place for years to come.
We gutted the original structure down to the exterior wall studs and reconfigured the existing footprint along with all new plumbing, electrical and HVAC. Plus a new 600 sq. ft. L shaped addition that created a courtyard feel in the rear of the property with room for a new pool. We incorporated tile in the bar area that reflected their Iranian heritage.
Two features of the original home, very important to the homeowner, were reincorporated into the new design: an old telephone nook/built-in and the old built-in ironing board.
Nobody in conversations, nobody, seemed to understand what we wanted or were clear or responded to us the way Phase One did. They just seem to understand. Read More.