Dining area of new kitchen addition in 1927 Spanish Colonial Revival home in Urbana IL

Spanish Colonial Revival Addition

Urbana, IL

*Respectful Addition Heritage Award winner* An historically-sensitive addition to this 1927 home made room for a remodeled kitchen and a sunny eating area. Special consideration was given to making the addition architecturally compatible with the rest of the house while modernizing the kitchen itself. The existing, and failing, addition had to be torn down. The new addition was constructed with super-insulated walls, ceiling, rim joist, and stem walls, and the newest air-sealing techniques were employed prior to insulation. High-efficiency skylights and a light tube help provide natural light.

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