It may have classic Craftsman bungalow style, but this house is newer than it looks. It was designed by architect Greg Dennee of Locati Architects with the intent to blend seamlessly into an historic neighborhood in Bozeman, Montana.
He says, “My clients were very respectful of the neighborhood’s mix of older styles and wanted their house to fit in.”
The homeowners had lived in an old bungalow in Seattle before and “liked bungalow style, but they also wanted more contemporary elements, like an open floor plan as well as some distinctly Montana touches.”
The homeowners get asked a lot about the “renovation” by people who assume it’s an old house. “We are very, very happy with the way that all of this turned out. It really works well for us.”
For photos and more information: Locati Architects, an article in Big Sky Journal, and Houzz.
Photo credit: Karl Neumann Photography.