Midcentury trendy residence located in Redwood Metropolis, California, utterly remodelled by Klopf Structure.
Description by Klopf Structure
Klopf Structure, Outer Area Panorama Architects, and Flegels Development up to date a classical Nineteen Fifties unique mid-century trendy home designed by the late Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice Ellis Jacobs. Klopf Structure pushed the unique design intent to make the home extra open and uniform from area to area, whereas enhancing power effectivity, capitalizing extra on the already unimaginable views, enhancing the movement of areas, offering an outside dwelling space, and ratcheting up the standard degree of the house usually. The up to date customized Mid-Century Trendy house is a reworked single-household home in Redwood Metropolis. This 2,000 sq. foot (plus storage), three bed room, 2 rest room house is situated within the coronary heart of the Silicon Valley.
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