THIS PROJECT IS CURRENTLY UNDERWAY - Originally built in 1973 in Society Hill Philadelphia, this townhouse's area is zoned for attached single family townhouses in the Mid-century Modern to Colonial style. Take a walk down Addison Street, you will be encapsulated by historical red brick shell buildings on cobble stone paths decorated with foliage and happy families.
Throughout of the entirety of this home's renovation, there has always been a focus on modernizing and opening the spaces while keeping the personality of this historic building. Without interfering with the historical integrity of the building, we were able to open up the first floor to maximize space, entirely update the kitchen to modern appliances and cabinetry, lay down high end LVT, modernize and tile the bathrooms, and replace existing fixtures with LED down-lights and high end pendants. Attached to the back of the townhouse, a brand new backyard with built in benches, perennial planters, a Japanese maple tree, and 93" wide natural gas grill have been installed to entertain guests.
Inside, historic features were highlighted through a contrast of new and existing materials. Leaving major elements like the original floor to ceiling travertine fireplace in the living room and replacing the white painted built ins with dark wood beside it allowed both materials to work together. By focusing on curating materials which convey both natural and modern qualities, we were able to design and build a chic home with a personality and warmth that matches the owners'.
3D MODEL OF FIRST FLOOR
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