This Eichler Home in California Mixes Scandinavian Vibes With Midcentury Charm
When Klopf Architecture and Jesse Ososki Art were asked to remodel a four-bedroom, two-bath atrium-style Eichler in the heart of Silicon Valley, their goal was to preserve the home's classic look, without feeling like they had to strictly adhere to it.
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The revamp consisted of re-configuring the master bedroom and bath, as well as the kitchen, hall bathroom, and laundry area. Interior finishes were also updated throughout, adding a sense of sophisticated flair.
"The owners are detail-oriented and were very involved in the design process, down to the selection of lighting controls and stainless steel faceplates, " the architects explain. "Their design aesthetic leans toward a Scandinavian-like feel—light and bright, with simple straight lines and pure geometric shapes." As the results display, their sensibilities proved to be a perfect pairing with the beloved Eichler aesthetic.
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Architect of Record: Klopf Architecture, Project Team: John Klopf, Klara Kevane and Yegvenia Torres Zavala
Contractor: Jesse Ososki Art
Structural Engineer: Emmanuel Pun
Photography: Mariko Reed
Landscape Design Company: Growsgreen
Cabinetry Design: Bay City Cabinets, Kenneth Liang
Cabinetry Installation: Jesse Ososki Art Subcontractor
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