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
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.'"