Lutherville Residence

This new European provincial style home carefully mixes masonry materials--stucco, stone, and brick--to lend weight, richness, and authenticity to both the exterior and interior. Though traditional, the main living areas--Family and Kitchen--are open planned using varied ceiling volumes and structures to define specific places within the whole for different activities and experiences.
Lutherville-front
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“Like stone!!” — liberty77
Lutherville-mud entry
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“Kim” — luckyperidot
Lutherville-side porch 1
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“curved beams” — lbkeil
Lutherville-detail
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“entry” — Andrew Hilliard
Lutherville-side porch 2
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“house exteriors” — jojohutt
Lutherville-kitchen 1
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“brick columns that open to rooms above” — jjfultz
Lutherville-family
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“brick and rock” — donnaleu
Lutherville-family/kitchen
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View from Family to Kitchen Photo by Anne Gummerson
“beams” — danadonald
Lutherville-stair 1
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View from Kitchen to Back Hall and Stair Photo by Anne Gummerson
“Open basement entry” — walnut_creek
Lutherville-stair 2
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“Edging” — Norma Derr
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