JUMA Architects beautifully integrated the entrance door and converted the connecting volume between the two wings of the house into a symmetrical whole, with solid wooden beams that support the new awning.
The late 19th century apartment which remained untouched for more than six decades is a 150m² property composed of a spacious living room, an open kitchen, two bathrooms, a laundry room, a walk-in wardrobe, two bedrooms and an office space.
This house was originally constructed in 1889 by a prominent physician from San Francisco as a family retreat and farm. Following his death, his wife and daughters continued to maintain the property raising poultry and planting numerous fruit trees.
The Creek House project consists of the renovation and addition to a 1950s post and beam house situated within an established forest creekside environment in West Vancouver. Two creeks flow between large mature cedar trees and native plant species …
Situated in the heart of Georgian Dublin, a now largely commercial area, D2 Townhouse is a 5-storey dwelling, sandwiched between offices and car parks.
Interior design project for a Venetian rural house built in the early 1900s and restored in the early 2000s. The project, designed for the functional needs and aesthetic tastes of the client