The project entailed a near complete renovation of the existing interior spaces, along with a sizable two story addition. The expansion and re-purposing of the existing 1-car garage into a dining room proved successful.
The primary two story addition comprised of a new full basement. We also expanded the basement under a prior addition built with only a crawl space in 1975. The entire exterior cladding, windows, and roof were replace with the addition project.
A stone High Gothic mansion, attributed to H.H. Richardson, and built in 1872. This major commission consisted of three additions: a copper and glass clad Victorian Styled Conservatory, a kitchen with an enclosed breezeway, leading to a four car garage with an attic story home theatre.
This wood frame colonial dwelling underwent a major renovation at the interior with two additions - front and back. A two story front addition incorporated a new portico, porch/ stoop and cupola capped tower.
Other additions included a new deck at the rear.
A modern twist to an existing mundane brick cape built in 1949, proved to be both a structural and architectural challenge.
A complete transformation of 1949 cape into modern cube house.
The original plan was to clad the house with purchased stone veneer, but to the delight of the owner, excavation for the new basement level found solid granite schist. The stone was harvested, and used to clad the entire house - on-site - by skilled masons.
Major addition to a 1940's French Provincial Revival home. The house was found to be constructed of painted cinder block. The addition which included a basement / pool level gym and sauna, also extended the house by an additional 20 feet.
New Home Design
New Rochelle Addition Project
Tudor revival side yard addition, and portico. Can you tell where the addition and the original house starts and stops?
Mahopac House Reconstruction – Second Story Addition
A creative renovation involving reinstating a second story, and roof to a stone veneer mini-castle like structure, originally built circa 1880. This project was published in the ‘Home Section’ of the New York Times, in February of 1995.
Upper Nyack, NY
Portico renovation and deck associated with a 2nd story addition.