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San Francisco-based mostly Klopf Architecture covers the gamut so far as trendy residential design, and apart from new builds, they’ve been doing additions and remodels of mid-century trendy houses. They’ve even been tackling some Eichler houses, like this L-formed Eichler in Palo Alto, California that was in want of extra sq. footage.
The problem was to increase the house and to increase the lengthy darkish entryway, whereas mixing in with the unique design. They opted for a entrance extension that features a bed room, rest room, and atrium.
The addition’s exterior is clad in vertical wooden slats that proceed on the inside down the hallway.
Once you enter the entrance door, you’re greeted with a light-weight-crammed atrium that brings a little bit of greenery and nature into the inside.
The atrium and new bed room are separated by a big glass panel that lets the sunshine cross via.
The bed room is flooded with mild, too, because of the sky lights above the atrium and the home windows surrounding the entrance door.
The new toilet on the very entrance of the extension receives mild via the translucent home windows on the prime that comply with the roofline, typical of Eichler designs.
Photo by Mariko Reed.