Post by Catarina Ferreira, AIA
Over the past couple of years, we have been fortunate to have the opportunity to be involved in a number of residential renovation projects that have resulted in some pretty radical transformations. Here are a just few before/after exterior images of some of the projects we completed.
Our Cubic House Renovation consisted of a full gut renovation of a 1940's brick house searching for an identity. Work included a bay window addition at the front, a kitchen, family room and master suite addition at the rear. These interventions expanded the living space and gave the house a new personality. The interior spaces were entirely renovated as well.
Our Brookland House Renovation involved a gut renovation and addition to an early 1900's house, including a new kitchen and family room, new master suite, window, roof and siding replacement, entirely new interior spaces.
Our Annapolis Renovation involved giving a 1974 foreclosed property a new life, through a complete renovation and localized additions, involving changes to roof lines, new windows and siding, and entirely new interior spaces.
Our DC Roof Deck Renovation involved replacing a problematic, poorly built roof deck in Adams Morgan with a raised deck on pedestals, a pergola that is structurally connected to the structure of the house, an outdoor kitchen and fireplace.