A family of five wanted a little more room and a lot more functionality in their 1920s story-and-a-half bungalow. Damage from ice dams and inadequate structure made it impractical to save the top floor.
We created an entirely new second floor and opened the layout on the first floor while preserving the footprint of the original house. The new second story adds just 400 square feet to the home, but the impact is huge. Space-savvy design makes the entire house feel open, livable and uncrowded.
Architect: Ali Awad
Builder: Awad + Koontz Architects Builders