Deerfield Addition

This 1960's suburban home had previously had two renovations done by NKAI. The final piece of the work was to create a master bedroom suite and an enlarged family room and study below.

The addition creates a defined courtyard in the backyard. The design of the addition features two prominent brick piers connected at the top with a half round arch, and a brick chimney. Glass infills the areas between the brick elements. The new landscaping and hardscape includes various seating areas looking out into the yard, and a water feature for ambient noise.

The family room is a step down, which gives a higher ceiling relative to the existing areas of the house. A pair of glass doors provides acoustic privacy in the study. Decorative illuminated niches provide a physical break between the new family room and the existing home. At the master bedroom, the half round transom window dramatically intersects the hip roof.

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Exterior View
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This is a two story addition to a 1960's home. The upper floor is the master bedroom suite, which features a large half round window set into a half round dormer. The ground floor has a new study and a family room. Photo Credit: Kipnis Architecture + Planning
“Two story addition to extend only the living room and master suite” — Hudson Construction Services, Inc.
Master Bedroom Arched Window
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This is the large half divided half round window set into the matching half round dormer in the master bedroom. Photo Credit: Kipnis Architecture + Planning
“Jacqueline 's room” — thinkfood
Master Bath
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This is the master bath suite. It has rich warm colors and features a mosaic tile backsplash. Photo Credit: Kipnis Architecture + Planning
“vanity” — jslate
Family Room illuminated niche wall
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The recessed niches are located between the family room addition the existing home. They are inline with the foyer and are dramatically lit. Photo Credit: Kipnis Architecture + Planning
“Interesting way to "separate" two rooms that might otherwise run together.” — light_keeper
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