From the street, the house’s decorative facade reveals nothing of the dramatic contemporary extension at the back. But architect Hannah Tribe says its two faces have more in common than a first glance reveals. Its basic forms were delineated in sharp black paint that highlights their geometry. She calls the effect “suburban uncanny”—“clean, blunt modernism that is slightly odd and familiar at the same time.”  Photo 12 of 21 in A Spotlight on 10 Traditional Homes with Modern Interiors from A Traditional 1920s Bungalow with a Boxy Modern Extension