A recently completed renovation of a Dallas area home overseen by Larry Paschall of HPD Architecture has been highlighted by the American Institute of Architects and posted to their AIA Custom Residential Architects Network (CRAN) website. The purpose of CRAN is to “develop knowledge and information to benefit architects who are engaged in, or who are interested in learning more about, custom residential practice.”
Larry’s Stanwood Residence project was a complete interior and exterior renovation of a 1961 residence with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. It is roughly 2,200 square feet.
The details of the renovation are as follows from the review:
Interior of the home was taken back to stud and reframed to create a new Entry, combined Living and Dining room, new Kitchen, new Coat closet, new Laundry, larger Master Closet, and new Master Bath. Remaining spaces were updated including new flooring, paint, and light fixtures. Plumbing and electrical were also brought up to code. Remaining aluminum windows were replaced with thermally broken steel windows.
The home’s exterior had the existing stone accent wall and existing siding replaced with shou sugi ban vertical tongue and groove planks. Brick and remaining wood soffits were painted to compliment the stain on the new siding. Composition shingles were replaced with anodized bronze standing seam metal roofing.
The project was completed in November of 2014 with Sardone Construction as the contractor.
Before and after photos of the project are available online along with the full review.