Main House 6,300 sf, 4 bed, 4.5 bath
Guest House 2,500 sf, 3 bed, 2.5 bath
New Construction + Renovation
This single story home on the shore of Lake Winnebago was built in 1949. Our clients, a couple with two children, wanted to preserve the mid-century exterior and revitalize the interior to fit their active lifestyle.
Program requirements included four bedrooms, a floor plan that orients views towards the lake, a second story addition with a spa-like master bedroom, and construction of a new contemporary guest house.
To maximize views, we removed multiple interior walls and enlarged windows. The second floor addition sits above the original south wing and creates a spacious master suite that features a gym and luxe master closet.
A family living space, the “Lake Room,” integrates with the kitchen where an 11ft concrete island serves as the main eating area. The kitchen features a pantry hidden behind white oak pivot doors, minimizing clutter.
The guest house reinterprets mid-century architecture and strongly relates to the original home. A garden wall clad in stucco offers privacy and unifies the two structures.
Sustainable elements include high-efficiency mechanical systems, durable finishes, upgraded thermal envelope, LED lighting, and wiring for an electric car charging station.
This single story home on the shore of Lake Winnebago was built in 1949. Our clients, a couple with two children, wanted to preserve the mid-century exterior and revitalize the interior to fit their active lifestyle... read more