Puder Tey Residence          Villanova, Pennsylvania
Under Construction

This project called for an addition to a contemporary styled home on a four acre site.  The new wing, departing from the old style, has a more modern aesthetic.

The gently sloped copper roof directs water into gardens below.


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Birds Eye View from the Southwest.


Looking back to the new wing from the rear yard, one can see the sweeping roof lines both mimicking the slope of the landscape and and the existing roof.

View from yard.


A new terrace nestled between the old and new wings serves as an outdoor room focused on the landscape beyond.


View from yard.


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Again the lines of the roof serve to draw one into the landscape.  The generous overhangs block the hot summer sun.

View from Terrace

The every day entry to the home and hall of the new wing has a moss green slate floor.  This space links many rooms but mostly draw ones attention through the addition to the landscape beyond.



Hall To Guest Suite.


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The master bath combines soft tones of beiges, browns and whites to evoke a Zen state of mind.

Master Vanity area from Shower.


Custom made cabinets set up a his and her arrangement.  Plenty of immediate storage keeps the counter uncluttered.


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Master Vanity area from Entry.


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The "blue" powder room is draped with glass tile.  A 10' x 2' mirror set between the two shades of blue tile draws ones eyes to the light monitor above.  Still to come, a beautiful glass pendant will complete the room.

Powder Room.


The vanity with its engineered quartz counter top and black stained cabinetry sits below the light monitor.  Natural light washes down into the space and draws ones attention up to the tree tops framed in a window reflected in the mirror.


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Powder Room.


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Even the laundry takes advantage of the surrounding landscape and natural light.  The choice of a front loading washer and dryer leaves way for a broad counter used for cleaning, rinsing and folding.



With closer examination the Possini light in the hall provides an interesting reflection of the space it inhabits.


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Detail Hall Light.




And a big thank you to the TEAM!


Dave, Bruno, Curt and Danny
of Lawndale Construction

Vince the Tile Guy
Michael B. Timmins Cabinetry
McGrory Fabricating
Anthony Zullo Electric
Matt Taraborelli Masonry
Cooch the Painter
Baldwin Roofing
Newtown Square Mirror & Glass
Tague Lumber
Masciantonio Plumbing
Dan Sculli Mechanical
Dave Keller, Keller Excavating
TrayDoc Concrete