Home of the Week: In Pasadena, coaxing a 1920s gem into the present

By Neal J. Leitereg

Set in the historic Prospect Park area of Pasadena, this Andalusian Spanish-style bungalow has come full circle after a recent restoration and renovation by Jeffrey Botwin and Philip Howlett of Herringbone Design.

To execute their vision, which involved bringing the 1920s residence into the present, the designers removed solid walls and added French doors to create a sense of continuity and flow throughout the single-story floor plan. A pop-up tray ceiling was introduced to the living room to add light and volume to the space. Outside, a trio of courtyards serve as a series of exterior rooms.

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