Scrafano Architects



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Spehar/Maniaci Residence

Bloomfield Hills, MI

5000 SF

Expanding the original residence from 1000 square feet to 5000 square feet, this project weaves the interior spaces with the exterior landscape. Using local fieldstone, dark stained wood, and window walls beneath canopy projections, the materials of the new architecture extend the built into the natural surroundings. As an integral part of the architecture, built-in cabinets and thickened storage walls display the owners extensive collections.

Photography by Beth Singer