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Custom Residential Architecture

Master Bath Addition to

Aaron Green-designed Residence

Stanford, California

Master Bath Addition to a historic residence in the Faculty Housing neighborhood for Stanford University. The 1,300 square foot single-story home was originally designed in 1952 by Architect Aaron Green, a protege of Frank Lloyd Wright. It was designed for a couple, both Stanford librarians, who enjoyed their home with virtually no changes for nearly 60 years. The current owner, a Stanford professor, required a Master Bathroom adjacent to the Master Bedroom, rather than the single original bathroom located at the opposite end of a hallway to the bedroom wing. The Master Bath was designed to utilize the space of an existing storage/tool shed at the exterior that was conveniently adjacent to the Master Bedroom. The simple addition of a doorway connected the two spaces.  All detailing and materials carefully match the original for a completely seamless addition.