Landis Construction Corporation a Design Build Firm

This is a brand new Bungalow house we Designed & Built.
Our customer had a pretty clear vision of what he wanted: a well designed, well constructed Bungalow to blend into the neighborhood. In addition to fidelity to the Craftsman spirit and ideals, our client required the integration of sustainable design principles, energy efficiency and quality throughout. He also wanted to recreate the dimension and feel of his living/dining room complex in his Mount Pleasant home.

The homeowner’s initial request of 2400 square feet did not accommodate the design program’s requirements. At the completion of design, the project had expanded to 4500 square ft. Care was taken during design of the home to ensure that the massing was both in keeping with the neighborhood and the Bungalow aesthetic. Instead of going up, the home extends inconspicuously toward the rear of the lot.
in Washington DC. Photo's by Sam Kittner

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7507141971 wrote:10 August 2013

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Diane added this to Great Room furnishings14 April 2020

I like this low couch in a very neutral color, with accent pillows. The chairs pair well with it, without being too heavy.

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Diane added this to Lighting - Cape George House14 April 2020

I saved this photo only for the lighting above the fireplace, which highlights the art objects on the mantlepiece.

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Roni Lyons added this to Living Room1 September 2019

wood stained moulding and baseboard--dark

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Susan Bierer added this to susan bierer2 August 2019

Diff heights of items on mantle. Items are grouped vs individual

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