michael k. wilkinson, photographs of architecture &

interiors

opening up in Arlington

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Category: architecture. Client: Studio:Crowley|Hall. July 2014. A family moves from the city to the suburbs for more room to run around, but finds the spaces on the main level of their tudor-style home to be too small and dark. Crowley Hall opened the space up and created a large and bright space with distinct living, dining and kitchen areas. Floor-to-ceiling bi-folding doors span the rear of the dining room, creating a single indoor-outdoor space for entertaining. Photographer's note: If you look carefully through these photographs, you'll find two cats and one dog peppering the scenes. In situations like this where pets are wandering through the home, I make sure to shoot each scene without animals. But since I love animals, and they're there in certain photos, I've chosen to include them on my website. Just for fun. Woo-woo. Meow. End of note.

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