1. Resurrection 1616 {Complete Renovation}

Here, we have a start to finish remodel of a small Victorian house built in 1891. The 10' ceilings were knocked out and a loft space was built in the formerly inaccessible attic. The entry area was left open to create a very grand room in a tiny 740 sf house. Clay on the walls encapsulates decades worth of neglect and lead based paints without having to worry about abatement costs. Lathe becomes a finished product when the plaster crumbles off. The slats become a permeable connection between two rooms while maintaining full structural integrity of a load bearing wall. PREVIOUS | NEXT