Trendy brown two-story stone gable roof photo in Philadelphia

Farmhouse Addition

Contemporary Exterior, Philadelphia

Stone from adjacent fields was unearthed for the new construction as it had been for the original house, and copper was selected for its ability to harmonize with the existing palette. A glass ribbon, weaving through the copper and stone facade, becomes a connector between old and new, top and bottom, inside and outside. Photography: Jeffrey Totaro
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Eric Reinholdt, Architect added this to Design Workshop: Additions With AttitudeApril 14, 2014

Outward ExtensionsWhen land is available and setbacks aren’t an issue, a horizontal addition is often the first and...

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a c added this to a's ideasFebruary 15, 2020

cool way windows are vertical near door, horizontal above main wall, various heights at triangular peak area