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This 1971 mansard-style house in University City was transformed with the addition of a home office over the existing garage along with a contemporary exterior update. Horizontal galvanized sheet metal panels were used to differentiate the work space from the rest of the home and provide a low maintenance siding. With sensitive electronic equipment being used in the office, the metal siding has the secondary benefit of shielding and reducing the electronic interference from the nearby Miramar Marine base. Purple integral colored stucco on the front canted wall, a conceptual “reverse mansard”, defines the home’s street face and compliments the silver metal. White stucco is used on the back and sides of the home with new horizontal sunshades over the existing windows to continue the contemporary design paired with utilitarianism. The home office, functioning as a workspace for the two engineers, also doubles as a music studio. The addition’s high ceilings enhance the acoustics of the room and provide expansive views of the trees and neighborhood through the large corner windows.
HOME OFFICE / MUSIC STUDIO
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BEST REMODEL   2005
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