Residential ArchitectureRenovation ProjectsMid-Century Ranch Home Updated for Modern Family Living

Mid-Century Ranch Home Updated for Modern Family Living

Mid-Century Ranch Home Updated for Modern Family Living

Project: Mid-Century Ranch Home Rebirth
Architects: Daniel J. Strening, Architect
Location: Santa Rosa, California
Photographer: Emily Hagopian

This project was for a young couple relocating back to Santa Rosa from New York. They sought to update a mid-century ranch home they purchased in the hills of Santa Rosa – with a distinct vision.

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The project brief could be boiled down to a single aesthetic directive: Scandinavia meets Japan.

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The response was to eliminate any unnecessary barriers to the main living area, as well as creating a more layered approach to indoor/outdoor living through a new expansive window wall and outdoor covered area.

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The material palette was kept simple and serene, with a simple pop of tile in the master bath and wardrobe.

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