"  By incorporating an adjacent pantry, we were able to create a large new kitchen that encompasses all of the client’s needs. A large bank of windows connect the kitchen to the backyard and deck where the family often entertains. Larger door openings provide the kitchen with a better connection to the adjacent breakfast nook and hallway. The working areas of the kitchen have space for multiple users/cooking. "

Family-Friendly Kitchen Renovation in Friendship Heights

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"  As this couple heads toward retirement, they decided if they wanted to age-in-place, they’d need a first floor bedroom and bathroom. We designed and built a two-story addition on their 1929 home to create a family room and bathroom that can be easily converted into a master suite. On the second floor, we built a new bedroom and generous closet that. "

Versatile Addition for Aging in Place

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"The owners of a one-bedroom condominium in the historic Watergate building in Washington D.C. purchased an adjacent apartment, which was a mirror of their unit. We took down the wall between the two apartments and created a large central living area with an open, contemporary kitchen. Grand Award – Residential Interior, $250K to $500K, 2014. "

Combining Condominiums in a Historic Building

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"We designed, engineered, and constructed a roof deck on this 115 year old Capitol Hill mansion, to make it a safe and comfortable family relaxing space. The home was in a historic district so any modifications either couldn’t be visible from the street or needed to appear original to the home. NARI CotY  Grand Award. "

Capital Hill, DC Roof Deck

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"Like many of our clients, this family’s remodeling project started with a chronic problem. In the case of the owners of this Washington D.C. home, the issue was a shower leak in the master bathroom. After a few temporary fixes, they considered just replacing the shower, but they decided a full remodel would give them. "

A Classic and Inspired Bath in Friendship Heights

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"A right-sized addition on the side of this 1940s Silver Spring house allowed us to create a beautiful and functional kitchen and add a well-proportioned island that works for the couple for a night at home or when entertaining friends. “I was most satisfied with how they were willing to do walk through with us and make changes. "

Kitchen Addition in Silver Spring

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"Renovating in Historic Districts in DC, Virginia, and Maryland Washington, DC and the nearby municipalities in Maryland and Virginia have many residential areas designated as historic districts. A historic district may be a few blocks large or as large as a few square miles. Living in a historic district may have important implications for the. "

Historic Districts in DC, VA & MD

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"  For this  1930’s brick colonial, the owners wanted a large kitchen with dining area that would accentuate their vistas of Archibald Glover Park just behind the house and be compatible with their more informal lifestyle. We moved the kitchen to an area of the 1st floor where we could make a much larger, more open kitchen.. "

Foxhall, DC - Kitchen Remodeling

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"The owners of this upper Northwest DC Dutch Colonial wanted to enlarge their kitchen and redo their screened-in porch. By adding on a  modest six feet to the kitchen, we  were able to give them an elegant space that improved the look, feel and function of the first floor, both inside and out. The clients wanted to enlarge their tiny. "

Chevy Chase Heights, DC - Screened-In Porch

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"Paul Gaiser, Landis’ Director of Architecture, designed a massive 2,000 sq.ft. renovation for this 1960’s Cape Cod in Kensington, MD. Although the house more than tripled in square footage, the size is well masked and we used design elements, including roof shape and angle, that make sure the house fits into the scale and aesthetic of the neighborhood. It has seven bedrooms and. "

1960's Tract House Becomes a "Williamsburg Saltbox"

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"  This project entailed carving a new master bathroom from the existing 2nd floor space of a 1910 house. The original second  floor of the house had four bedrooms sharing a single bath. The new owners of this four-square house in Washington, DC’s Cleveland Park neighborhood wanted a master bedroom suite that would include a. "

Cleveland Park, DC - Master Bathroom Remodel

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"This family wanted a two-story addition on the back of their Friendship Heights row house. The row house is an end unit with a traditional look. However, they had a modern aesthetic and wanted a contemporary look on the rear addition. As far as function, the family needed a new expanded kitchen and family room. "

Modern Addition in Friendship Heights

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