Our clients’ goal was to add an exterior living-space to the rear of their mid-century modern home. They wanted a place to sit, relax, grill, and entertain while enjoying the serenity of the landscape. Using natural materials, we created an elongated porch to provide seamless access and flow to-and-from their indoor and outdoor spaces.

The shape of the angled roof, overhanging the seating area, and the tapered double-round steel columns create the essence of a timeless design that is synonymous with the existing mid-century house. The stone-filled rectangular slot, between the house and the covered porch, allows light to enter the existing interior and gives accessibility to the porch.

Featured in The Atomic Ranch Magazine.

ARCHITECT : Place Architecture:Design

LANDSCAPE : Betten Landscape Design

CONTRACTOR : Greenleaf Construction

PHOTOGRAPHY : Tom Holdsworth