One of STREAM's earliest projects was the 2012 addition to the wonderfully quirky stone home in the historic Forest Home community. The home was originally built in 1937 by a stone mason who salvaged materials from various projects at Cornell. The goal was to add a master bedroom on the second level with an additional living room space on the main level, which included an outdoor dining terrace overlooking Fall Creek. The original stone garage with terrace was in need of serious structural repairs due to years of moisture problems. The garage was fortunately salvaged in the process and would become the foundation for the new work. The objective was to use similar materials and forms to blend old with new in a seamless way while maximizing living space without changing the footprint of the home.
- DATE: 2012
- BUILDER: Latipac Builders