Traditional Residence Remodel

This Carmel Meadows Residence had “good bones”, with nicely

proportioned spaces, a good

circulation plan, and excellent siting and views.  Interior finishes were cheap and in poor condition; the

exterior lacked any notable features or a sense of entry. The owners (one a former orchestra concertmaster) wished to renovate the house to

reflect their refined tastes and

furnishings. 

 

Designs by Congleton Architect called for removal of aluminum windows and doors, redefinition of contemporary open beam ceiling to a vaulted coffer, a new galley kitchen, and a defined main entrance.

Text Box: Photos: Marco Zuccin