A perpendicular walkway leads right to the garage and laundry areas.
Schaer replaced the garage’s crumbling wooden posts with an earthquake-resistant steel frame.
Just adjacent to the house is Whitlock's small shed which houses many of the tools that he used to build the home.
The exterior mixes pale gray wood on the vertical volume, and fiber cement and black brick on the horiztonal volume.
A garage full of cupboards can’t contain Orpilla’s toolkit.
To reference the original structure and to offer privacy, Grizzle left two of the shingled walls standing.
The “tiny but mighty” structure—as Grizzle describes it—packs a wealth of uses into a compact footprint.
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