La Jennifer

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The entry, kitchen, dining, and living spaces are unified by the luminous new clerestory ceiling and defined by free-standing cabinetry. The central island selectively screens views of the three spaces while addressing their specific storage and display needs. Photography: Sharon Risedorph
“Beams” — d_steinle
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The rear wing of the house - a guest suite and library - is accessed through an interior passage off the dining room or by way of the rear garden terrace. Photography: Sharon Risedorph
“Kitchen dining space” — sugan56
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An original Eichler home in Palo Alto, CA is thoroughly renovated for owners with a lifelong devotion to modernism. The design includes a new roof monitor with north-facing clerestory windows which illuminate the house’s public spaces. All work harmonizes with and expands upon Eichler’s original design intentions of openness and flexible function. Photography: Sharon RisedorphMore
“new roof monitor with north-facing clerestory windows which illuminate the house’s public spaces.” — byonbyon
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An original Eichler home in Palo Alto, CA is thoroughly renovated for owners with a lifelong devotion to modernism. The design includes a new roof monitor with north-facing clerestory windows which illuminate the house’s public spaces. All work harmonizes with and expands upon Eichler’s original design intentions of openness and flexible function. Photography: Sharon RisedorphMore
“extplanc19” — madnank
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The island is detailed with indented cherry casework and verde andeer granite countertops of varying levels; these materials are carried through to the kitchen. New glazed beechwood flooring throughout the home assists the seamless connection of interior spaces. Photography: Sharon Risedorph
“Stone top” — dianalieberman
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The guest bedroom and library are separated by a central partition that incorporates built-in shelving and transom windows. These details echo the elements of transparency and efficient functionality found in the home’s public spaces. Photography: Sharon Risedorph
“Floating shelves with vertical end piece.” — ksalmoiraghi
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Distinctive Eichler home elements, such as the rear floor-to-ceiling glazing, in-floor radiant heating, and thin projecting roof eaves, were restored and modernized to maintain design integrity and improve performance. Photography: Sharon Risedorph
“Painted trim” — bungalowboy
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