Klopf Architecture, outer space landscape architects, and flegels construction came together to update a classic, 1950s mid-century traditional home, originally designed by the late Ellis Jacobs. Pushing the original intent, the remodel greatly opens the interior, creating a feeling of uniformity from space to space. Other improvements include integration of highly efficient energy systems, capitalization of the wonderful redwood city, CA location, a large outdoor patio area, and a general leveling-up of the home in its entirety.
Deemed the ‘mid-century modern’, the single family residence is 2,000ft2 (not including garage) with three bedrooms, two full baths, and located smack dab in heart of silicon valley.
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