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 Extensive reconstruction  +  3,500 square feet  Located on a heavily-wooded property minutes from downtown Dallas, this project was a complete re-design of a dilapidated 1950s split-level home. The complete transformation of this 3,500 s.f. residence echoes its mid-century roots by maintaining the low, sweeping proportions and open expanses that engage the landscape and allow the natural spaces to define the architecture. Visitors are gracefully guided through framed views offering different perspectives of the home’s wooded surroundings, including a glass encased perch hovering above a sparkling reflecting pool.   Landscape Design by  David Rolston  + Photography by  Benjamin Benschneider

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Kessler Residence was completely redesigned and its Low, sweeping proportions and open expanses visually engage the landscape and speaks to mid-century roots. The framed views offer different perspectives on the home’s wooded surroundings. Call 214.438.4805 or email CONTACT@RGDB.COM for professional architecture design services.

 Extensive reconstruction  +  3,500 square feet  Located on a heavily-wooded property minutes from downtown Dallas, this project was a complete re-design of a dilapidated 1950s split-level home. The complete transformation of this 3,500 s.f. residence echoes its mid-century roots by maintaining the low, sweeping proportions and open expanses that engage the landscape and allow the natural spaces to define the architecture. Visitors are gracefully guided through framed views offering different perspectives of the home’s wooded surroundings, including a glass encased perch hovering above a sparkling reflecting pool.   Landscape Design by  David Rolston  + Photography by  Benjamin Benschneider

Extensive reconstruction + 3,500 square feet

Located on a heavily-wooded property minutes from downtown Dallas, this project was a complete re-design of a dilapidated 1950s split-level home. The complete transformation of this 3,500 s.f. residence echoes its mid-century roots by maintaining the low, sweeping proportions and open expanses that engage the landscape and allow the natural spaces to define the architecture. Visitors are gracefully guided through framed views offering different perspectives of the home’s wooded surroundings, including a glass encased perch hovering above a sparkling reflecting pool.

Landscape Design by David Rolston + Photography by Benjamin Benschneider

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