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Howard Residence

Preserving the Cape was the primary concern for this small addition. Capes, or Cape Cods as they are called, have modest scale, and are frequently only 1 1/2 stories high. Many are distinguished by steeply pitched dormered roofs.

This addition includes a renovation of an existing 2nd floor bedroom. The small bedroom was expanded out over an existing side yard family room and converted into a master suite. A new hall bath was added witin the new front dormer. The rear screen porch has multi-levels with storage below and a walk-out roof terrace above. The language of dormers, roof overhangs, brackets and projecting pediments is intended to recall and enliven the Cape roof form.

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Ground Floor - Before
Ground Floor - After
Second Floor - Before
Second Floor - After
North Elevation - Before
North Elevation - After
East Elevation - Before
East Elevation - After
South Elevation - Before
South Elevation - After
West Elevation - Before
West Elevation - After
  SPACES

    1   Foyer
    2   Dining
    3   Kitchen
    4   Living
    5   Bar
    6   Powder
    7   Family
    8   Trash / Recycle
    9   Basement Stair
   10  Covered Porch
   11  Patio
  SPACES

    1   Foyer
    2   Dining
    3   Kitchen
    4   Living
    5   Bar
    6   Powder
    7   Family
    8   Trash / Recycle
    9   Basement Stair
   10  Covered Porch
   11  Patio
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3300 N. Fairfax Dr.  Ste. 200
Arlington,   Virginia    22201

    T   703.525.0156
    F   703.525.0506
dwra@dwricksarchitects.com