Project Description

  • LOCATION
    Lexington, KY

  • FILED UNDER
    Residential
  • TEAM
    Atchison Heller Construction

HOUSE/1737

What began as a simple addition to an existing, mass-produced home became an adventure for the design and construction teams. From foundations to finishes, every aspect of this project was thoughtfully planned out and executed. Projects of this magnitude often come with their fair share of obstacles, and this addition was no exception. At the end of the day, challenges are what make projects so exciting and intriguing.

The sunroom addition features extended living space with beautifully crafted recessed panels surrounding both the exterior and interior of the structure. Brazilian IPE decking adds a high-end feel to the newly-constructed decks surrounding the architecturally classic sunroom addition. Below the exposed deck is a metal ceiling by Undercover Systems that acts as a drainage system to create a dry, shaded patio area right by the pool. The most unique aspect of this build is the hidden TV system concealed within the metal ceiling under the deck. In order to create waterproof housing and support to hold the weight of the TV, the details were perfectly engineered and executed. Everything from the limestone caps to the custom fire pit gave this newly designed space a classic and timeless experience for the client. Custom-fabricated black metal railing systems with hand-milled IPE cap rails, new porcelain pavers installed around the pool and Bevolo hand-crafted copper gas lanterns add unique and finishing touches to the project.

“Tin”-Year Anniversary

December 1st, 2021|

This year, we celebrated our big 10 year anniversary in a unique way. Originating from the idea that the 10 year anniversary is the tin anniversary, our team hosted a tin can food drive ...

breakout activated

March 22nd, 2021|

Ever wonder how architects work towards the construction of their projects? Imagining huge buildings full of drafting boards and T-squares? Not us. Don't get me wrong, nothing beats some fresh paper and a cup full ...