Residential ArchitectureRenovation ProjectsNolintha Residence - Renovation and Small Addition / In Situ Studio

Nolintha Residence – Renovation and Small Addition / In Situ Studio

Nolintha Residence - Renovation and Small Addition / In Situ Studio

Project: Nolintha Residence
Architect of Record: in situ studio
Builder/General Contractor: Southeastern Properties and Development Company
Structural Engineer: Lysaght & Associates
Lighting Design: in situ studio
Cabinetry Design: Dopko Cabinetry
Location: Raleigh, North Carolina
Area: 2,447 sf
Year: 2017
Photographer: Keith Isaacs Photo

Nolintha Residence - Renovation and Small Addition / In Situ Studio

Nolintha Residence - Renovation and Small Addition / In Situ Studio

Nolintha Residence - Renovation and Small Addition / In Situ Studio

Nolintha Residence - Renovation and Small Addition / In Situ Studio

Nolintha Residence - Renovation and Small Addition / In Situ Studio

Nolintha Residence - Renovation and Small Addition / In Situ Studio

Renovation and Small Addition / In Situ Studio

Renovation and Small Addition / In Situ Studio

Renovation and Small Addition / In Situ Studio

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