Fradkin & McAlpin’s addition transformed the face of this dramatically sited 1960s home. The new sloping copper roof, angled and perforated with multiple skylights, become an integral art of the façade and gives the house a distinct identity. Inside, the rich, quirky palette of warm colors, dark woods, timber beams, and rugged stone underscore the natural surroundings. Living, dining, and kitchen areas flow into one another, creating a space that is at once intimate and familial, graceful and sophisticated.
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