A stocky, cavelike 1970s bi-level 20 miles southeast of Milwaukee gets a warm, airy upgrade. Photo by Cameron Wittig.
Two small, rectilinear additions to the back of this home built in 1922 in Minneapolis add a small master bedroom and extend the kitchen. Photo by Chad Holder.
A 1960s duplex in a historic district in Kansas City, Missouri got a modern renovation that included stripping the structure down to its studs, reconfiguring the interiors, and modifying the facade, while still respecting the neighborhood's traditional aesthetic. Photo courtesy Kem Studio.
In rural Wisconsin, a one-room schoolhouse built in 1912 becomes a comfortable retreat, thanks to a modernized kitchen, a new staircase, and fabricated built-in cabinetry.
In the 1880s, this Chicago house was a wood-frame stable. Architect Jeanne Gang brought it into the twenty-first century with an intricate brick facade and light-filled interiors. Photo by Gregg Segal.