CURRIN // Domiteaux + Baggett Architects
This project was originally designed in 1957 by Howard Raymond Meyer, FAIA. Prior to this addition, there had been some minor renovations, but overall it has remained relatively intact as he originally designed it. The architect and homeowner aimed to respect Meyer’s work as much as possible and the original wood cabinetry and paneling were kept where possible in the main living area. The additions to the home are minimal, maintaining scale with the original house. The original breezeway was enclosed, providing a living area, an office, and laundry room. The kitchen was opened up to the dining room, providing clear views to the backyard. The original concept of views inside to outside have been maintained, allowing natural light to flow through the space.
ARCHITECT |Domiteaux + Baggett Architects
PROJECT DESIGN TEAM | Laura Baggett, AIA, Mark Domiteaux, AIA
SQUARE FOOTAGE | 2,600
COMPLETED | 2012
PHOTOGRAPHY CREDIT | Charles Smith, AIA