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Wyoming Residence Renovation by Terry Boling Architect

August 10, 2015 Contemporary House Design, Single Residential


This project involves the transformation of an existing 1940s era bungalow in the suburbs of Cincinnati. The first phase consist of a new bedroom and bath occupying the former gabled roof space. The addition is connected to the main floor by a new light-well and stair to provide vertical circulation and light into the core of the existing house. Phase two is ground floor addition containing Living, Dining, Kitchen, and support space. All work was designed by the architect and constructed by the architect with teams comprised of architecture students. The concrete foundation and structural frame of the ground floor addition was subcontracted, along with rough plumbing, HVAC, and rough electrical.

Front Yard-Wyoming Residence
Wyoming Residence by Terry Boling Architect
Garden-Wyoming Residence by Terry Boling Architect
Wyoming Residence by Terry Boling Architect

Garden-Wyoming Residence by Terry Boling Architect
Wyoming Residence by Terry Boling Architect
Wyoming Residence by Terry Boling Architect
Wyoming Residence by Terry Boling Architect
Wyoming Residence by Terry Boling Architect
Wyoming Residence by Terry Boling Architect
Interior-Wyoming Residence
Wyoming Residence by Terry Boling Architect
Interior-Wyoming Residence by Terry Boling Architect
Wyoming Residence by Terry Boling Architect
Toilet-Wyoming Residence
Wyoming Residence by Terry Boling Architect

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