Addition and Renovation, Cabin John, Maryland

By placing a small addition to the rear and a larger addition to the side, we have converted a dysfunctional bungalow into an effective family home. The additions maintain the original scale by being differentiated as discrete pieces rather than one large mass. Materials and detailing blend the parts into a cohesive whole. Inside we flipped the stair to work better with the entry sequence as well as to be more central to the enlarged home.

Photographs © Stacy Zarin-Goldberg
View from the Front
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By placing a small addition to the rear and a larger addition to the side, we have converted a dysfunctional bungalow into an effective family home. The additions maintain the original scale by being differentiated as discrete pieces rather than one large mass. Materials and detailing blend the parts into a cohesive whole. Inside we flipped the stair to work better with the e...More
“Metal roof. Nice” — dags1839
View from the Front
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By placing a small addition to the rear and a larger addition to the side, we have converted a dysfunctional bungalow into an effective family home. The additions maintain the original scale by being differentiated as discrete pieces rather than one large mass. Materials and detailing blend the parts into a cohesive whole. Inside we flipped the stair to work better with the e...More
“Something about the configuration” — fasteddie202
Rear View
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By placing a small addition to the rear and a larger addition to the side, we have converted a dysfunctional bungalow into an effective family home. The additions maintain the original scale by being differentiated as discrete pieces rather than one large mass. Materials and detailing blend the parts into a cohesive whole. Inside we flipped the stair to work better with the e...More
“Is this hip.” — ndowney3
View from Foyer
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By placing a small addition to the rear and a larger addition to the side, we have converted a dysfunctional bungalow into an effective family home. The additions maintain the original scale by being differentiated as discrete pieces rather than one large mass. Materials and detailing blend the parts into a cohesive whole. Inside we flipped the stair to work better with the e...More
“Trim” — joanneneville
Kitchen View
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By placing a small addition to the rear and a larger addition to the side, we have converted a dysfunctional bungalow into an effective family home. The additions maintain the original scale by being differentiated as discrete pieces rather than one large mass. Materials and detailing blend the parts into a cohesive whole. Inside we flipped the stair to work better with the e...More
“floor inlay” — deekay
Kitchen View
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By placing a small addition to the rear and a larger addition to the side, we have converted a dysfunctional bungalow into an effective family home. The additions maintain the original scale by being differentiated as discrete pieces rather than one large mass. Materials and detailing blend the parts into a cohesive whole. Inside we flipped the stair to work better with the e...More
“Natural wood doors stained to match floor?” — marilyntawfik
Kitchen View
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By placing a small addition to the rear and a larger addition to the side, we have converted a dysfunctional bungalow into an effective family home. The additions maintain the original scale by being differentiated as discrete pieces rather than one large mass. Materials and detailing blend the parts into a cohesive whole. Inside we flipped the stair to work better with the e...More
“tile floor insert” — wdig
Kitchen View
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By placing a small addition to the rear and a larger addition to the side, we have converted a dysfunctional bungalow into an effective family home. The additions maintain the original scale by being differentiated as discrete pieces rather than one large mass. Materials and detailing blend the parts into a cohesive whole. Inside we flipped the stair to work better with the e...More
“easy backsplash, paint white tiles” — bariana80
Kitchen View
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By placing a small addition to the rear and a larger addition to the side, we have converted a dysfunctional bungalow into an effective family home. The additions maintain the original scale by being differentiated as discrete pieces rather than one large mass. Materials and detailing blend the parts into a cohesive whole. Inside we flipped the stair to work better with the e...More
“Like the shelf” — gerkem
View of Dining Room
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By placing a small addition to the rear and a larger addition to the side, we have converted a dysfunctional bungalow into an effective family home. The additions maintain the original scale by being differentiated as discrete pieces rather than one large mass. Materials and detailing blend the parts into a cohesive whole. Inside we flipped the stair to work better with the e...More
“Drapery panels” — ellyni
View of Play Room
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By placing a small addition to the rear and a larger addition to the side, we have converted a dysfunctional bungalow into an effective family home. The additions maintain the original scale by being differentiated as discrete pieces rather than one large mass. Materials and detailing blend the parts into a cohesive whole. Inside we flipped the stair to work better with the e...More
“attic window” — wdig
View of Owner's Suite
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By placing a small addition to the rear and a larger addition to the side, we have converted a dysfunctional bungalow into an effective family home. The additions maintain the original scale by being differentiated as discrete pieces rather than one large mass. Materials and detailing blend the parts into a cohesive whole. Inside we flipped the stair to work better with the e...More
“vaulted ceiling” — jmvand
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