Every so often we have to pinch ourselves when we see just where our projects pop up. This was certainly the case when THE New York Times included our Elwood House in their international homes article on ‘Extensions that can reshape a home’s feel’. We are feeling very grateful to be included!
A carefully crafted renovation of a much-treasured Californian Bungalow, the Elwood House focuses on enhancing the original character of the structure and enriching the experiences in the house. One of the especially interesting aspects of the design is that the house cannot be separated from the landscape that grounds it. From the entry, the garden provides a desirable sense of privacy and helps refresh the traditional architecture.
“It was really about redefining space and then reconnecting it to its garden to work better.” – Chris Stanley quoted from The New York Times
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