Magnificent Renovation of a 50’s Ranch in the City of Virginia
By Magaly • Jan 23, 2018
This magnificent renovation of a ranch house belonging to the 50s, located in the city of Virginia, USA, has been remodeled by the New York architecture firm BFDO (Barker Freeman Design Office). It’s been enlarged, and to do so it was decided to demolish its walls and a garden on the roof has been designed.
Located in front of the sea and painted white, this property is composed of a block of one floor and another composed of two floors, as well as a basement and a large pool area.
A hall separates the two sections of the house. Upon entering, a private sitting room is on the right, while two rooms are on the opposite side.
On the back, there is a more spacious and comfortable living room and a modern white L-shaped kitchen faces a fireplace, which divides the dining and living areas. Floor to ceiling windows and sliding glass doors line this large room, allowing the entire area to be filled with natural light. Light also pours in from the skylights on either side of the central chimney.
For interior decoration, the walls and cabinets are kept white with light wood floors throughout. The soft yellow walls and celestial tiles in the bathrooms provide subtle touches of color.
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