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Klopf Architecture updates mid-century Eichler home in Silicon Valley

Posted on 16 April, 2017 by Paisley
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Klopf Architecture updates mid-century Eichler home in Silicon Valley

American studio Klopf Architecture has overhauled a low-slung, plywood-clad home in northern California, which was built by visionary developer Joseph Eichler following the second world war.

Palo Alto Eichler Remodel by Klopf Architecture

The project, called the Palo Alto Eichler Remodel, entailed updating a four-bedroom residence in the

To create more space for a hallway bathroom and the master bath, the architects added roughly 140 square feet (13 square metres) to the dwelling. The team also added insulation to the home's walls and placed a thick set of insulation boards over the roof decking.

Project credits:

Architect: Klopf Architecture
Project team: John Klopf, Klara Kevane, Ethan Taylor
Contractor: Coast to Coast Construction
Landscape contractor: Discelli
Structural engineer: Brian Dotson Consulting Engineer

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