Stone, brick, copper and woodworking blend together in the renovation of this historic residence.

 

Authentic exterior details in custom Spanish cedar.

 

Extensive custom interior millwork provides function and elegance.

 

Planning center and new stairs in family entry area.  Belgium bluestone tile floor.

 

New (right) meets old (left).

 

2008 brick chimney atop 1700’s wall section

Addition for Lower Merion residence

 

 

This Lower Merion residence was built in the late 1700’s and updated in ‘07-’08 using a design by Michael  Visich Architects. The owners’ primary concern was the blending of old with new in a consistent fashion. The addition included a new family entry, mudroom, powder room, family room, four-car garage, guest suite and game room. The transitions from old to new were deemed “seamless” by the owners.