When the Empty Nest Also Accommodates a Crowd

As featured in:
The Wall Street Journal, December 22, 2017
Mansion - When the Empty Nest Also Accommodates a Crowd
by Cecilie Rohwedder

Mansion architects

We were honored recently to be featured in The Wall Street Journal's Mansion section. One of the focuses of the article describes how we envisioned a home that could live cozy and also accommodate large size groups. The article was published during the holiday season to showcase how the design works. "To make a moderately sized den feel bigger when the home fills up with visitors, Mr. Scholtens installed floor-to-ceiling glass walls. To make the open floor plan feel smaller when the Kruegers are home alone, he defined some areas with different ceiling heights and materials. 'It feels like a smaller house, but it’s big.'"

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