“The existing house on Ocotea was a well-loved, 1960’s, low-sloped ranch with a full basement visible from the left side. Over the years, what was originally a clean image of mid-century residential architecture had fallen into disarray…”
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“A good example of a gut renovation gone well”
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Ocotea was also part of an editorial shoot for Pink Owl Photography in conjunction with House of Landor, a “curated collection of amazingly beautiful vintage dresses and coats located at 520 N. West St. in Raleigh”.
“Not just a great house, this 1950s midcentury modern property in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA is a great example of how to carry out a renovation too.”
“Rescued from disorder and disrepair by In Situ Studio, a revived midcentury abode in Raleigh, North Carolina, is in search of a new owner.”
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American firm In Situ Studio has overhauled a mid-century modern dwelling in Raleigh, North Carolina, that had been “haphazardly chopped up” over the years.
Architecture firm in situ studio have updated a well-loved, 1960’s, low-sloped ranch house in Raleigh, North Carolina, and turned it into a bright and welcoming family home.
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American-based architecture firm In Situ Studio has overhauled a mid-century modern home in Raleigh, North Carolina, that had ‘fallen into disarray’.
In Situ Studio was recently named an AIA NC Honor Award winner for their work on this luxe Raleigh modernist remodel. Learn more about the North Carolina Chapter & Section Design Awards here.
North Carolina is the next US state we’re featuring in our ongoing series of American residential architecture roundups. Our top five houses in the region include a renovated mid-century residence and a stacked-volume home overlooking the Blue Ridge Mountains. See the feature!