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renovation of a 1980s split level house in the Virginia suburbs. Main level includes reading room, dining, kitchen, living and master bedroom suite. New front elevation at entry, new rear deck and complete re-cladding of the house. Interior: The prototypical layout of the split level home tends to separate
spaces one half level up. In this home the lower level "living" room off the entry was physically isolated from the dining, kitchen and family rooms above, and was only connected visually by a railing at dining room level. The owner desired a stronger integration of the lower and upper levels, in addition
the major spaces on the upper level where they spend most of their time. ExteriorThe exterior entry of the house was a fragmented composition of disparate elements. The rear of the home was blocked off from views due to small windows, and had a difficult to use multi leveled deck. The owners requested
Meister Construction Ltd
split level. Our house could do this with lower level out towards back
split-level divider storage, walls of windows
dining room with split level
split level lounge dining
split level extension tie in
Split level wooden platform
Storage within bi-level divider
Two levels looks neat
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Merrick Design and Build Inc.
Expansion in Kensington
this house is a split level house because of the windows on different levels.
In this remodeled minimalist traditional split level, a prominent entrance porch has been added to establish a more significant experience for the visitor. Note the crossing gabled roof forms. Often in the split-level style, the higher level has a front-facing gable, while the lower portion
Split Level Though this style is more accurately a category and can be executed in several fashions, it is presented individually because of its form, and its significance, for the numbers of regional versions that exist. As suburban development rapidly spread after World War II, builders adapted to
landscape. Placing another floor just a few feet higher and adjacent to the lower level created a sensible transition from service areas to formal living spaces. Bedrooms and bathrooms often are all placed on a second level above the lowest, establishing a gentler relationship between the public and private
Bruce Palmer Interior Design
split level - glass half wall
split level with glass to make it feel nice and open
if we do a rear split level entry, would it make sense to have a small anteroom like this at the entrance level, using clear railing like this?
split level kitchen/living
I like the low level.
open space, different levels
Split level flooring detail
Split level living room
split levels with glass railing
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Designer's Edge Kitchen & Bath
Column details and stone base
I love the look of the awning, I too have a split level and think that this looks very attractive, however I'm concerned that it will make the house dark.
We are adding a front entry addition to our split entry. Just framed out today. Wanted tapered pillars into
I would love to do this to our split level.
arch for entry way nice addition to traditional split level look
Stone and Craftsman style for a split foyer
South Park Design Build
Custom Toronto Renovation
Open plan but on different levels
Glass and wood for split level
Glass between split level
railing to lower level
storage in under upper level
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Levy Art & Architecture
Ora Way Residence
how large should be an ideal split level living room
glass partition on the elevated level?
Idea for split level area with glass panel and wooden stairs
Mid level library area
quad level home ideas
the split with glass
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The Sky is the Limit Design
push out so roofline can stay lower... Sunken level (not kitchen)
I love the different levels of this floor plan/kitchen, love the open fireplace
Never seen a split-level Kitchen before!
Great idea for a split-level with kitchen
Love the bi level and fireplace.
That's an interesting concept, multi-level kitchen.
The typical split level places a staircase between a basement and the main living level. The kitchen sits at the top of the stairs and services the attached dining room. This design takes the staircase and moves it to the interior of the home, placing the kitchen in the "pit" and the dining room on
on the sunny, light-filled landing. The kitchen stays light and bright thanks to doses of white and natural light that filters down from the upper level.