1960's Ranch Renovation

This existing 1960's ranch was near its end of life when rescued by the owner. It’s interior was extensively gutted and renovated, thereby saving the embodied energy contained within the existing structure.

Specific issues that were addressed included completely opening up an office to the main family room space by incorporating sliding 3-Form panels that stow away within architecturally detailed thickened wall projections, reconfiguring the existing bedrooms and bathrooms, reconfiguring the kitchen, and completely building out the basement for a bedroom suite and very livable den space.

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3-Form Office Doors
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The home office opens up to the main family room space by incorporating sliding 3-Form panels that stow away within architecturally detailed thickened wall projections. Photo Credit: Rachel Wray Thompson
“Sliding doors to separate office” — Jennifer Gates
Living Room
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“Bright expansive space” — newwest
Living Room
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Skylights were added to the ceiling, and the beams, which were originally a very dark wood, were painted off white. The operable, sliding doors to the office were added, allowing the office to be completely opened to the family room and kitchen. Even when closed, the lights in the office illuminate the 3-Form door system. Photo Credit: Rachel Wray Thompson
“Doors” — dydajoes
Dining Room & Kitchen
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This is the view into the kitchen from the family room. The open plan allows for significant natural light to be shared throughout the space. The high windows to the right were added in the renovate. The stairs to the basement were rebuilt with a modern railing system. Photo: Kipnis Architecture + Planning
Kitchen
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This kitchen was completely rebuilt as part of this renovation project. The island countertop is made from reclaimed granite that was literally rescued on its way to the landfill. The cabinets are set equally about the exhaust hood, and allow carefully dimensioned windows to be set directly between the upper cabinets and the countertop. Photo: Kipnis Architecture + Pla...More
“floors?” — erin2401
Kitchen
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The kitchen was completely redesigned for this home. Note the fixed windows flanking the stove that are set directly under the cabinets and run to the countertop. The granite island countertop was salvaged from another job. Photo Credit: Kipnis Architecture + Planning
“Island” — kendraikenberry
Kitchen
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Skylights were added to the ceiling, and the beams, which were originally a very dark wood, were painted off white. The operable, sliding doors to the office were added, allowing the office to be completely opened to the family room and kitchen. Even when closed, the lights in the office illuminate the 3-Form door system. Photo: Kipnis Architecture + Planning
“See the space that's separated by the screen behind the kitchen?” — njhpdx
Solarium
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This sunroom was completely rebuilt to fix a number of issues. The existing sliding doors were cheap and all aluminum, the beams and skylights were in terrible shape, and the flooring was brick. The skylights are now high efficiency, the beams have been completely rebuilt and the flooring is a beautiful slate set in an ashlar pattern over an electric radiant floor for sup...More
“Nice bright space.” — newwest
Office
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The operable, sliding doors to the office were added, allowing the office to be completely opened to the family room and kitchen. Even when closed, the lights in the office illuminate the 3-Form door system. The 3-Form material has bamboo sticks set within it. Photo: Kipnis Architecture + Planning
“Pocket doors” — lantana78
Office
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The operable, sliding doors to the office were added, allowing the office to be completely opened to the family room and kitchen. Even when closed, the lights in the office illuminate the 3-Form door system. The 3-Form material has bamboo sticks set within it. Photo: Kipnis Architecture + Planning
“Pocket doors” — lantana78
Bedroom
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Photo: Kipnis Architecture + Planning
“Pocket doors” — lantana78
Mater Bedroom Skylights
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All the windows were replaced with new energy efficient units, and skylights were added throughout to increase the home's natural light and ventilation. Photo Credit: Rachel Wray Thompson
“Nice do not like the light.” — baka2
1960's Ranch Renovation
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This basement was a rare, unfinished concrete space prior to the renovation. It now has a kitchenette, den, storage, mechanical space, guest room with full bath and a laundry. Kipnis Architecture + Planning
1960's Ranch Renovation
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This bathroom was completely redone and reconfigured. Prior to renovation, it had serious mold issues and was original to the 1960's home. It is now completely up to date with proper detailing. Kipnis Architecture + Planning
“I love this!” — njhpdx
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