Victorian Row House Redux

Victorian Row House Redux

Architect
Teass\Warren Architects
Location
Logan Circle, Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington D.C., DC, USA | View Map
Project Year
2021
Category
Apartments
Laura Metzler Photography

Victorian Row House Redux

Teass\Warren Architects as Architects

Located in the Historic Logan Circle Neighborhood, this corner unit Victorian rowhouse was luxuriously restored and renovated. Taking advantage of the elegant proportions of the existing home, the layout was updated with a modern floor plan that emphasizes entertainment and comfort.

The house is centered around an open staircase that visually connects all the floors. Large windows allow sunlight to fill the house. A roof deck provides stunning views of the city. An elevator allows for aging in place.

Renovating and adapting a historic property can certainly be challenging.   We were limited in what could be done to the exterior and we were required to keep most of the existing internal structural systems, so we had to get creative to provide open floor plans while still holding on to the character that made the existing building special.

 

Material Used:
Windows: Pella Lifestyles Series
Roofing: GAF TPO
Add more if available Stairs by The Stair Guys
Railings by: King Metals
Paint by Benjamin Moore

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ElementBrand
WindowsPELLA CORPORATION
PaintBenjamin Moore
RoofingGAF
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