This full renovation and addition was performed on another one of Birmingham's Tudors- this time, one with certain English overtones. The goal for the exterior was to match the existing materials and details. This turned out to be more difficult than what was anticipated one we realize that the original masons must have been intoxicated when they were performing their work. Current standards were too perfect and had to be unlearned in order to make the addition blend in with the existing level of "craft". From an interior point of view, the constraints were relaxed and were able to design the Irving Gill inspired "harp" banister, the two sided armoire and to work very closely with Pewabic Pottery, whom were responsible for the tile fabrication in the foyer and Master Bath/shower. In the end, the work was elegantly detailed and truly consistent wit the Arts and Crafts style and sensibility which the owner were very partial to.