Dana Lane single family
The original 1960’s residence was designed as a pair of volumes with separate Dutch gable roofs and a stair volume as a connection. The renovation opened up the room sequences in the exiting house to provide greater flow between the living spaces and added a master bedroom as a third volume. The addition created an effect of a series of pavilions where the solid and the voids were reversed allowing maximum light in the final bedroom space. The existing kitchen, family and sitting room were opened up and new wood furnishings provided space definition and display surfaces for the owner’s art collection.