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White Plains Residence – Siding Installation

White Plains Residence – Siding Installation

Cement board siding being installed at White Plains Residence.

Kent Johnsson Architect Mid Century Siding 01

White Plains Residence – Roof and Window Installation

White Plains Residence – Roof and Window Installation

Roof and windows being installed at White Plains Residence.Kent Johnsson Architect White Plains Mid Century 01 Kent Johnsson Architect White Plains Mid Century 02

White Plains Residence – Framing

White Plains Residence – Framing

White Plains project entrance and second floor framing + steel .Kent Johnnson Architect WP 01 Kent Johnnson Architect WP 02 Kent Johnnson Architect WP Mid Century 03 Kent Johnnson Architect WP Mid Century 04

Kent Johnsson Westchester Architect

Kent Johnsson Westchester Architect

Westchester, NY Residential Architecture – Exterior SpacesKent Johnsson Architect Decks and Patios

White Plains Residence – Design

White Plains Residence – Design

Design sketches for renovations and additions to a historic White Plains residence.

White Plains Residence – Start of Construction

White Plains Residence – Start of Construction

Start of construction at White Plains Residence. Deep pit and perc test completed.

Kent Johnsson Westchester Architect

Kent Johnsson Westchester Architect

Westchester, NY Residential Architecture

White Plains Shingle Style – Color Study

White Plains Shingle Style – Color Study

A quick color study for my White Plains project. Stone piers and facing at 1st floor with wood insert at entrance. Cement board siding at 2nd floor.

White Plains – Shingle Style – Sections

White Plains – Shingle Style – Sections

Section drawings are a great way to explore and explain a design to your client.

White Plains – Shingle Style 2

White Plains – Shingle Style 2

Final design sketch and elevations for a White Plains ranch home renovation. The low pitch roof, simple forms (including the turret) and materials are combined to reduce the overall scale of the home while paying homage to the shingle style and providing an elegant addition to the neighborhood.