The transformation of a 1950’s suburban ranch house began with a search for a property without covenants or restrictions common to many of the residential neighborhoods that were located within clients targeted area.
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Keith Isaacs is an award-winning architectural and interiors photographer based in Raleigh, North Carolina, documenting the built world for architects, designers, developers, engineers and contractors worldwide.
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On a heavily wooded site, down a gravel road in the heart of a suburban neighborhood, lies the Parks Residence. The house blends into the surrounding forest through the use of subdued materials and reflection …
Our client, a civil engineer, wanted a comfortable house for her family on a .7-acre lot located not far from her office. She asked for three bedrooms, a two-car garage, and a swimming pool.
Sited on a busy thoroughfare near downtown Raleigh, the Carroll Helms Residence breathes new life into an existing 1920’s masonry structure. Re-envisioned to meet the needs of a large modern family
The house is set in a hill, just below the crest, overlooking a lake. The entry drive meanders through a hardwood forest and up the hill, approaching the house from the south.
In a mixed-use urban neighborhood, program arrangement and massing are employed to provide privacy within the Chappell-Smith Residence.