Klopf Architecture renovates World War II house

Feb 12, 2019

Klopf Architecture has reportedly designed a low-slung, plywood-clad home in northern California. It was originally built by visionary developer Joseph Eichler following the second world war. The four-bedroom residence in the Silicon Valley town of Palo Alto is constructed on a single-storey dwelling. The Palo Alto Eichler Remodel is a more efficient building envelope including a well-insulated roof – providing solutions that many Eichler homeowners appreciate. The exterior of the residence is grooved by plywood siding grey and added yellow accents – hues that are part of the historic Eichler colour palette. The living room and dining area were completely reconfigured. Wooden ceiling boards are refinished, and ceiling beams are left exposed.

For more: www.klopfarchitecture.com



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