The photos shown below are a selection of Whole House Remodeling Photos from projects that we have completed. If you would like to see detailed descriptions of our projects, visit our Whole House Remodeling Portfolio.
Modern Style Remodel
Our client purchased a home on a beautiful 7+ acre lot offering mega privacy and a lush landscape. This home built in 1986 had a great layout and was in a perfect neighborhood but it needed to receive a modern style remodel. Place Architecture worked to design the homeowner’s dream and as a team, we remodeled this beautiful new interior!
One goal for these homeowners was to create a home that they could enjoy for many years to come so accessibility was important. Plans for a future project include leveling floors in areas and installing a lift from the garage to the interior of the house.
Renovate Mid-Century Modern
This Baltimore home is a renovated mid-century modern home built in the ’60s. Mid-century modern design was initiated in the middle of the 20th century from approximately the 1940s to the early 1970s. The style came to America based on the Bauhaus style which originated in Germany. During and after World War II Bauhaus architects fled to America due to the changes in Germany. Characteristics of the Mid Century Modern style are functionality, minimalism, sleek geometric forms, as well as, mixing traditional with untraditional materials. A famous architect known for this style is Frank Lloyd Wright using his principles of organic architecture.
Industrial Style Basement Remodel
Our homeowners had a large unfinished space in the lower level of their home but dreamt of a gathering place for family and friends that included a bar, television area, reading corner, home gym, and full bath. They are also world travelers and want a place to show off treasures collected on their travels. The design was created by our team and our designer Angela Smith started working with the homeowner to create a comfortable and up-to-date living space in the modern/industrial style. The homeowners were very open and the team meshed well together each contributing ideas to make the space exactly what the homeowners desired.