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“Wainscotting” Finishes:

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Wrappers that articulate old / new, public / private D: Kitchen Cabinets: Trim, neat, paneled doors, relates old house to new addition E. Living Room Walls: Trim, neat, paneled walls, continues language of kitchen to original house F. Built-in Bookshelves: Thicker layer that informs private, solitary activities G. Horizontal Paneling: Horizontal paneling, more traditional, calls out the old, private, family dwelling H. 8’ Trim Line: Line of trim work in original family house carried through new addition to manage proportion across different scales (small, punched windows / lofted, open corners)

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“Concrete” Finishes:

Similar elements carried across old and new structures A: Fireplace: Poured in place, board-finished concrete B: Worktable: Honed stone, porous, light grey color C: Stove Hearth: Remaining honed stone, from worktable slab


Farm house transitions