American firm In Situ Studio has revived a home that was built in the late 50s in North Carolina, USA. According to In Situ Studio, a local firm established in 2010,
“What was originally a clean image of midcentury residential architecture had fallen into disarray. The basement had been haphazardly chopped up to accommodate additional bedrooms, the main floor and public spaces had been reconfigured in an odd way, and a very poorly built sunroom had been added to the right side.”
The architects decided to remove all the modifications to reveal the original design of the house, and then restructured the entire space, both inside and out, while retaining the vibe of the original house.
Scroll down to see some images of this lovely abode.
The brick, ranch-style home was built in 1959 and had been significantly altered over the years