Situated in Mamaroneck, New York, this contemporary ranch-fashion residence was lately redesigned by Stephen Moser Architect.
Description by Stephen Moser Architect A youngsters’s treehouse impressed the key redesign of this residence on the western fringe of Saxon Woods Park. Originally constructed by a developer within the late Nineteen Fifties, the ranch-fashion home confronted away from the wooded park. Several additions, together with an indoor pool, additional obstructed the park views. The treehouse, which the shoppers had constructed some years in the past for his or her grandchildren, sits on stilts among the many timber, and guided concepts concerning the redesigned home’s silhouette, orientation, inside areas, and supplies. Highlights of the redesign embrace a brand new coated entrance supported by two tree-like metal columns; a single giant sloping roof that unifies the north aspect of the home and opens up the workplace and kitchen to the park; a brand new three-sided glass household room dealing with park and pool; the addition of a second-flooring main bedroom suite with treehouse views; and the thematic use of wooden slats within the detailing of each exterior and inside.
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