Ravaged by fire, this Wesley Heights home was transformed with a new open floor plan and glass walls that opened completely to the landscaped rear yard. In the process of reconstruction, a third floor was added within the new roof structure and the central stair was relocated to the exterior wall and reimagined as a custom-fabricated, open-riser steel stair.
Project Team: Carib Daniel Martin, M. Gabriela Leniz
A new 6,000 square foot farmhouse-style residence designed with an open layout and southern charm. The home contains six bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths, wine cellar, home gym, open living / dining / kitchen area, and plenty of outdoor living space.
One of the original 100 houses built by the Federal Government in the early days of World War II to house workers at the Navyís David Taylor Model Basin, this small single-story residence was completely renovated inside and out and expanded by a new second story addition and attic level.
Exterior Photography: Carib Daniel Martin | architecture + design