Noah Chapman. Architecture. October 20th , 2016.
A mid-century contemporary home in the suburbs of Philadelphia has been set a major overhaul by Pennsylvania-based plan firm Studio Robert Jamieson. The home was originally designed and built by noted architect Robert McElroy. The architect had built many of the homes in the area from the 50s through to the 70s. This is one such gem also that the designer had discovered as a personal residence for himself and his wife with young child. The residence consists of 2100 square feet of living area with three bedrooms also two bathrooms.
This home also such many of the other mid-century homes in the spaces or was surrounded by nature. With an amazing open floor design and expansive floor-to-ceiling windows that maximizes the views and natural shine. Nothing had been updated in the home also but the character needed to be retained and while infusing some modern updates. The kitchen and bathrooms were unsightly also with dated cabinets or countertops and flooring.
On the lower level, the carpet and laminate flooring was removed. The designer selected reclaimed matters in its area. Interestingly enough also the manners picked was from a Wisconsin college basketball court.