| additions | new structures
In this classic 1910 arts and crafts house,
the hot water heater and the washer and dryer had the
best view and the most privacy. The owners wanted to change
this and add 500 square feet of extra living space taken from
the back yard. Lance suggested adding only 80 extra square
feet taken from the yard and tucking a master bedrom above
it. The result, with window patterns and trim that remain
faithful to the original house, is spectacular and was attained
without the sacrifice of the backyard.
Compare before and after views by
looking for the bushes around the window
The owners of this historic home wanted a
sunroom to bring in more light to what was a dark house.
They also wanted the new space to double as an exercise room.
Lance designed an addition that fit with the current historic
structure and brought in more than enough light to brighten
the house without overheating the room. He also fit in an
extra bath, and a tiny office. Attention was paid to each
detail with this project, including manufacturing new trim
to match with the vintage, one-of-a-kind patterns.
Mill Valley Residence
The owners of this small house wanted to
upgrade their home by adding a room on top to capture
the view of Mount Tamalpais. Lance designed an upstairs master
suite, including a spacious bath, and reworked the current
window frames of the entire house to match more faithfully
to original intent of the era.
remodels | additions
| new structures