We recently received an impressive mid-century ranch remodel from Rowland+Broughton Architecture and Urban Design, a project located in Aspen, Colorado. Here is the information the architects provided: “The remodel of this mid-century ranch house in an established Aspen neighborhood takes the opportunity to reuse sixty percent of the original roof and walls and reworks the floor and roof plans to capitalize on the best features of the existing structure. Raising the roofline and adding clerestory windows and skylights flood the living spaces and master suite with natural light. Removing walls in the kitchen, living room and dining room create a generous and flowing open floor plan. Adding an entire wall of exterior glass doors to the centralized living room gives all of the public spaces in the house a strong connection to, and views of the park-like back yard. A rooftop terrace adds additional space for entertaining, relaxing and taking in mountain views.” Freshome readers, seen any offline interesting home conversions lately?
Home Architecture Design Ideas, Pictures and Inspiration Bringing an Mid-Century Building to Life: 1305 Ranch Remodel in Aspen