A pair of pastors had spent their lives traveling the country and setting up new homes in new cities as they moved from church to church. When it was time to come home for good, they wanted a comfortable, one-story space that could easily accommodate an aging lifestyle.
Career-long nomads finally come home.
Everything was designed to evolve effortlessly with the owners so that even in their nineties, it would feel and function the same as the day they walked through the front door.
A long-anticipated exhale.
The design process expanded from a smaller vision and added to it, creating a thoughtful–and in no way in excess–home that fully realized every current and future need in the simplest expression. The construction process involved the greatest anticipation and emotional challenges, including the patience required to make everything just right. Yet, with open communication and close partnership, the end result became the greatest, long-anticipated exhale.