US Home and Architectural Trends US Home & Architectural Trends Vol. 29/11 - Page 43

First Twohey and Beyerl replaced the rather spindly columns on the entry porch with more substantial versions. These were repeated on the new pavilions at the rear and side of the home. “For the family room extension, we decided to continue the look of a series of distinct yet complementary volumes. To this end, the family room has a rustic stone base, which works as a differentiating factor and as a continuation of the material used for the chimneys.” New exterior detailing includes dormers breaking across the eaves to match the existing windows, a horizontal band around the facade Before Top and above: One of the new pavilions is shown here from both sides. A horizontal band adds another detail and allows for water run-off from the gabled windows set over the eaves. The architects say the formal landscaping underpins the home’s new-found gentrification. Left: An unfortunate glazed, box-like addition was introduced in the 1980s. This was removed and one of the pavilions stands in its place. more renovations at 41