The Tour Project
'Addition by Subtraction'
You have the rare opportunity to visit an inspired example of Sarah Susanka's Not-So-Big House® design philosophy expressed in a charming 1920's Craftsman Bungalow remodeling project. This is a design approach that values quality over quantity, wherein tailoring our client's home for the way that they really live we actually reduced square footage!
This project entails a complete remodel of the main level kitchen, family room, daily entry, private porch and basement stairway. In this innovative design solution, removing a decrepit solarium and employing an inspired and re-envisioned layout has literally transformed the home. The client's own words - "This house is so easy to live in!" - suggest that it was mission accomplished indeed. Demonstrating exquisite craftsmanship in a residence of modest scale we invite you to come see how the success of this project might spark some great ideas for your own home be it new, remodel, addition or subtraction.
Stop by, we'd love to show you around!
This home is project number eleven, one of the 3 from the Plymouth Projects Ensemble, a subset of the total 12 stellar projects located in Ann Arbor and Plymouth that will be featured on this year's Tour of Remodeled Homes. The BRAG Tour of Remodeled Homes is an annual fall event presenting the best in residential remodeling design and construction. For additional information go to: www.bragannarbor.com/se_remodelers.cfm
The Tour Project - Ann Arbor Architect