CSCP Consult LLC, Savannah, Ga.
The owners of this mid-century modern home wanted a complete remodel and new addition for a work/live space, as well as a lap pool. The previous owners had lived in the home for 55 years and had done few upgrades and little maintenance. The remodelers were charged with maintaining the architectural character of the home, replacing unusable features with compatible sustainable products and improving the home’s energy efficiency. In addition, they followed the Secretary of Interior’s “Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties with Guidelines for Preserving, Rehabilitating, and Restoring or Reconstructing.”
College City Design/Build Inc., Lakeville, Minn.
The remodelers completely gutted and remodeled two identical, back-to-back condos and combined them into a single unit. The homeowner desired a large kitchen for entertaining; a revamped master suite with his and her vanities and closets, as well as a walk-in shower; and a guest suite that could double as an exercise/reading room. The existing exterior footprint was left untouched, but all the interior finishes are new. A close relationship with the homeowner ensured every item on her wish list was fulfilled.
Progressive Builders Northwest Inc., Portland, Ore.
The owners had recently moved from a house twice the size of this 1962 home. Therefore, excellent space planning, additional storage and maximization of natural light were the clients’ priorities. A modern, unpretentious appearance was desired. By using available products in unusual ways, the budget parameters were met.
mackmiller design+build, Eden Prairie, Minn.