Young and Borlik Architects, inc.
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Minimalist Tudor

Minimalist Tudor
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Modern minimal elements were used to create this Tudor home on a small lot. Stone banding, divided lite windows, a sloped roof and arched vestibule over the entry, and roll-up simulated carriage style garage doors with glass show that a simple minimal design can pay tribute to traditional inspiration.
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A back yard patio. The two-story wall is broken up by decorative roof eave, wrought iron balcony railing, planter box and decorative lighting.
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Small crown and trim with nine foot ceilings. The room looks larger than dimensions would indicate. The side yard is made a part of the space through use of large sliding doors and side lites.
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The small entry hallway and stair use minimal space, while the openings in walls between rooms let the spaces expand. Hallways are articulated, but visually open. Privacy is afforded by small halls and cased openings.
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A cozy living room with large traditional windows and and fireplace.
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A round dining table. The dining room opens to two sides to visually relate with kitchen and living room.
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Wrap-around kitchen with a large seating counter at the island. Traditional flush inlay cabinetry, running bond "subway" style clay-fired tile backsplash and a limestone countertop. An inset bead, modern stone counter edge, and simple moldings make for an updated adaptation of a traditional farm-style kitchen.
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The kitchen and family room are joined to create an open flowing great room in the small space available on this lot. Patio doors open to the largest yard in the rear. Tall ceilings enhance the space.
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Large clean stone tiles in a traditional design with modern vanity counter and square sinks. A picture-framed mirror, integral backsplash and ample drawers for two. A subtle soffit provides a place to integrate moldings above the doorway
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The toilet is tucked discreetly under a dormer roofline, and behind a symmetrical vanity wing-wall. Glass shower walls and a free-standing bathtub make the bathroom feel open and spacious.
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