This office building was built for a lumber wholesaler in Indiana. It was designed by architect Shane Schneck and the obvious choice for both the interior and exterior of the building was western cedar. The rustic design, with exsposed roof beams and duct work is not only beautiful but presents the main product line for the company in a prominent way.
The owners of this home were interested in a rural setting yet liked the benefits of subdivision living. They were able to have the best of both words by finding a partially developed lot in a small subdivision in northern Allen County. With large lots and relatively few homes, this suited their requirements nicely. Along with the owners, Lynn designed this two-story home to compliment this beautiful country setting. We were invited back by the owners to construct an unattached garage / man-cave using the same exterior materials that were used on the main residence.
Like so many “lakers”, these customers were quite attached to their cozy cottage on Clear Lake but years of use were beginning to show and the lack of space was becoming an issue. While keeping the heart of the cottage mostly intact, Lynn designed an addition of two bedrooms, a bath room and a sun room. The entire exterior of the home was renovated but many of the windows and the beautiful chimney were preserved.
Kevin D. Hart, a Birmingham Michigan architect designed this Shingle styled home which is located on the south shoreline of Clear Lake. The stone wainscoting and flared shingled walls are duplicated on an unattached garage conveniently located directly across the street from this lake home.
After deciding that remodeling the existing cottage was too extensive and wouldn’t achieve exactly what the owner was looking for, they decided that demolishing the cottage to make way for this beautiful lake home was the correct approach. This home was co-designed by Lynn Delagrange and Brad Conway (deceased) as a year round residence and is truly a one of a kind masterpiece.