A Chopped-Up 1960s Home Gets Modernized

A Chopped-Up 1960s Home Gets Modernized forwardView The Photograph Gallery

Situated in Palo Alto, California, this Nineteen Sixties residence, designed by Brown and Kaufman, was in want of a serious renovation. The home was darkish and chopped-up with too many inner partitions stopping mild from filling the area. Klopf Structure got here up with a plan to brighten the house by creating area and circulate by eradicating partitions and including new home windows.

A Chopped Up 1960s Home Gets Modernized in main architecture Category

The dimensions of the lounge was lowered in order that they might add a grasp stroll-in closet and laundry room/desk space, however the area nonetheless feels roomy.

A Chopped Up 1960s Home Gets Modernized in main architecture Category

The kitchen’s home windows have been redesigned to let extra mild in. I really like how as an alternative of a boring backsplash, they used home windows which actually lightens the darker cupboards up. I additionally love the brilliant yellow behind the range.

A Chopped Up 1960s Home Gets Modernized in main architecture Category

There was additionally a partition wall within the kitchen that was eliminated to open it up.

A Chopped Up 1960s Home Gets Modernized in main architecture Category

A Chopped Up 1960s Home Gets Modernized in main architecture Category

A Chopped Up 1960s Home Gets Modernized in main architecture Category

A Chopped Up 1960s Home Gets Modernized in main architecture Category

A Chopped Up 1960s Home Gets Modernized in main architecture Category

A Chopped Up 1960s Home Gets Modernized in main architecture Category

Pictures by Mariko Reed.

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