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Arlington Residence
Arlington Residence
KUBE architecture
Complete interior 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 the entrance, and any other associated space, from the rest of the living 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 to an open flow between 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 an updated treatment of the entry, a more uniform exterior cladding, and an integration between the interior and exterior spaces. SOLUTIONS The overriding strategy was to create a spatial sequence allowing a seamless flow from the front of the house through the living spaces and to the exterior, in addition to unifying the upper and lower spaces. This was accomplished by creating a "reading room" at the entry level that responds to the front garden with a series of interior contours that are both steps as well as seating zones, while the orthogonal layout of the main level and deck reflects the pragmatic daily activities of cooking, eating and relaxing. The stairs between levels were moved so that the visitor could enter the new reading room, experiencing it as a place, before moving up to the main level. The upper level dining room floor was "pushed" out into the reading room space, thus creating a balcony over and into the space below. At the entry, the second floor landing was opened up to create a double height space, with enlarged windows. The rear wall of the house was opened up with continuous glass windows and doors to maximize the views and light. A new simplified single level deck replaced the old one.
Concrete Counters with Suspended Shelving above
Concrete Counters with Suspended Shelving above
General Assembly
Suspended Shelving with concrete counter tops below and custom cabinetry. New staircase for split level house. © Joe Fletcher Photography
Kitchen - contemporary kitchen idea in New York with concrete countertops and open cabinets
1960's Split Level Renovation
1960's Split Level Renovation
Pythoge Custom Homes and Renovations
Open floor plan kitchen and living area on main level of split floor plan. Area leads out to wooden deck and adjoins dining and formal living space also located on main floor.
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Modern w/ a Side of Ranch
Modern w/ a Side of Ranch
Hufft
This contemporary renovation makes no concession towards differentiating the old from the new. Rather than razing the entire residence an effort was made to conserve what elements could be worked with and added space where an expanded program required it. Clad with cedar, the addition contains a master suite on the first floor and two children’s rooms and playroom on the second floor. A small vegetated roof is located adjacent to the stairwell and is visible from the upper landing. Interiors throughout the house, both in new construction and in the existing renovation, were handled with great care to ensure an experience that is cohesive. Partition walls that once differentiated living, dining, and kitchen spaces, were removed and ceiling vaults expressed. A new kitchen island both defines and complements this singular space. The parti is a modern addition to a suburban midcentury ranch house. Hence, the name “Modern with Ranch.”
Bothell Split Level Home Kitchen Remodel
Bothell Split Level Home Kitchen Remodel
Coast to Coast Design, LLC
This open concept kitchen was exactly what the homeowners wanted. This space is now fully functional for their entertaining needs. With the kitchen open to the family room and dining space they can easily converse with each other instead of having to leave the kitchen. Coast to Coast Design, LLC
Renovated Entry at Split Level
Renovated Entry at Split Level
Perimeter Architects
1950s u-shaped medium tone wood floor enclosed kitchen photo in Chicago with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, quartz countertops, white backsplash, glass sheet backsplash, stainless steel appliances and a peninsula
#TheRambler
#TheRambler
Ember & Brune
What started solely as a master bath project soon spiraled into working with the homeowners to redefine and remodel most of this split level, quintessential mid-century ranch. Opening things up in the kitchen not only helped with the flow of things, but you get a wonderful view of each room when you walk in the front door. Photography by LOMA Studios, lomastudios.com
Split level home remodel
Split level home remodel
Alison Hall, RA
Elegant kitchen photo in Charlotte
Cortona Kitchen
Cortona Kitchen
Cornerstone Architects
This Westlake site posed several challenges that included managing a sloping lot and capturing the views of downtown Austin in specific locations on the lot, while staying within the height restrictions. The service and garages split in two, buffering the less private areas of the lot creating an inner courtyard. The ancillary rooms are organized around this court leading up to the entertaining areas. The main living areas serve as a transition to a private natural vegetative bluff on the North side. Breezeways and terraces connect the various outdoor living spaces feeding off the great room and dining, balancing natural light and summer breezes to the interior spaces. The private areas are located on the upper level, organized in an inverted “u”, maximizing the best views on the lot. The residence represents a programmatic collaboration of the clients’ needs and subdivision restrictions while engaging the unique features of the lot. Built by Butterfield Custom Homes Photography by Adam Steiner
CONTEMPORARY UPDATE TO 50'S SPLIT LEVEL
CONTEMPORARY UPDATE TO 50'S SPLIT LEVEL
Doug Walter Architect
A living, dining, and kitchen area were opened up, and the flat 8 foot ceiling torn out to open up a large vaulted coffer, punctuated by a double skylight shaft over the cooktop and sink that floods the kitchen with daylight. Three windows on left (north) wall were closed in for privacy and wall space for cabinets
De-Split the Split Level Home
De-Split the Split Level Home
Winslow Design
Example of a transitional l-shaped light wood floor and beige floor kitchen design in Boston with a farmhouse sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, white backsplash, subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, an island and white countertops
Renew
Renew
Zola European Windows
This Boulder, Colorado remodel by fuentesdesign demonstrates the possibility of renewal in American suburbs, and Passive House design principles. Once an inefficient single story 1,000 square-foot ranch house with a forced air furnace, has been transformed into a two-story, solar powered 2500 square-foot three bedroom home ready for the next generation. The new design for the home is modern with a sustainable theme, incorporating a palette of natural materials including; reclaimed wood finishes, FSC-certified pine Zola windows and doors, and natural earth and lime plasters that soften the interior and crisp contemporary exterior with a flavor of the west. A Ninety-percent efficient energy recovery fresh air ventilation system provides constant filtered fresh air to every room. The existing interior brick was removed and replaced with insulation. The remaining heating and cooling loads are easily met with the highest degree of comfort via a mini-split heat pump, the peak heat load has been cut by a factor of 4, despite the house doubling in size. During the coldest part of the Colorado winter, a wood stove for ambiance and low carbon back up heat creates a special place in both the living and kitchen area, and upstairs loft. This ultra energy efficient home relies on extremely high levels of insulation, air-tight detailing and construction, and the implementation of high performance, custom made European windows and doors by Zola Windows. Zola’s ThermoPlus Clad line, which boasts R-11 triple glazing and is thermally broken with a layer of patented German Purenit®, was selected for the project. These windows also provide a seamless indoor/outdoor connection, with 9′ wide folding doors from the dining area and a matching 9′ wide custom countertop folding window that opens the kitchen up to a grassy court where mature trees provide shade and extend the living space during the summer months. With air-tight construction, this home meets the Passive House Retrofit (EnerPHit) air-tightness standard of
Arlington Residence
Arlington Residence
KUBE architecture
Complete interior 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 the entrance, and any other associated space, from the rest of the living 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 to an open flow between 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 an updated treatment of the entry, a more uniform exterior cladding, and an integration between the interior and exterior spaces. SOLUTIONS The overriding strategy was to create a spatial sequence allowing a seamless flow from the front of the house through the living spaces and to the exterior, in addition to unifying the upper and lower spaces. This was accomplished by creating a "reading room" at the entry level that responds to the front garden with a series of interior contours that are both steps as well as seating zones, while the orthogonal layout of the main level and deck reflects the pragmatic daily activities of cooking, eating and relaxing. The stairs between levels were moved so that the visitor could enter the new reading room, experiencing it as a place, before moving up to the main level. The upper level dining room floor was "pushed" out into the reading room space, thus creating a balcony over and into the space below. At the entry, the second floor landing was opened up to create a double height space, with enlarged windows. The rear wall of the house was opened up with continuous glass windows and doors to maximize the views and light. A new simplified single level deck replaced the old one.
CONTEMPORARY UPDATE TO 50'S SPLIT LEVEL
CONTEMPORARY UPDATE TO 50'S SPLIT LEVEL
Doug Walter Architect
A formerly walled in kitchen can finally breathe, and the cook can talk to his/her family or guests in this Denver remodel. Same footprint, but feels and works 5x better! Caesarstone counters and splash,
DIAZ - Residence 1954 Split Level Addition and Renovation
DIAZ - Residence 1954 Split Level Addition and Renovation
WMDesign
Matt Cowan
Trendy eat-in kitchen photo in DC Metro with flat-panel cabinets, red cabinets, stainless steel countertops and stainless steel appliances
Kitchen and First Floor Renovations to a 1960's Split Level Ranch.
Kitchen and First Floor Renovations to a 1960's Split Level Ranch.
Clawson Architects, LLC
View from the Dining room into the kitchen Area and New newel posts detail.
Inspiration for a mid-sized transitional u-shaped medium tone wood floor eat-in kitchen remodel in New York with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and an island
#TheRambler
#TheRambler
Ember & Brune
What started solely as a master bath project soon spiraled into working with the homeowners to redefine and remodel most of this split level home. Opening things up in the kitchen not only helped with the flow of things, but you get a wonderful view of each room when you walk in the front door. These cabinets are made of book matched walnut, meaning the grain of the tree lines up from door to door. Photography by LOMA Studios, lomastudios.com
Kitchen and First Floor Renovations to a 1960's Split Level Ranch.
Kitchen and First Floor Renovations to a 1960's Split Level Ranch.
Clawson Architects, LLC
By relocating the Dining Room to the front of the house and doing away with a first floor formal living room, we were able to create a more gracious kitchen with a casual hang out space and visual access to the Lower level living room.
Kitchen and First Floor Renovations to a 1960's Split Level Ranch.
Kitchen and First Floor Renovations to a 1960's Split Level Ranch.
Clawson Architects, LLC
Pantry Storage with Coffee Station and convection speed oven. New newel posts and railings define the circulation down to the Living Room.
Mid-sized transitional u-shaped medium tone wood floor eat-in kitchen photo in New York with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, granite countertops, gray backsplash, cement tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island
Split Level Open Kitchen
Split Level Open Kitchen
Laura Medicus Interiors
When I visited this 1970’s split-level home in Golden, Colorado for the first time, the space on this main floor was broken up into 3 rooms. The kitchen was crammed into the center of the space and covered in small, 1970’s cabinets. This family loves to cook together and entertain friends - they craved a space that could support two active cooks and plenty of hang-out room for friends. We took out walls and added a window to get the space light and bright. I added a banquette area to create a more intimate space near the bay window. Per the client, we put in two sinks for each cook. Photographs by Jordan Katz. Styling by Kristy Oatman. FEATURED IN: Colorado Nest
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