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The Piligian Architectural Group
1081 Kingscote Dr
Harleysville, PA 19438
Phone: (267) 231-1357
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Take a look at our recently completed projects to get a better idea of our capabilities and performance quality.
Patchel Residence, Lansdale, Pennsylvania -- This project consists of two separate additions totaling 1,200 sq. ft. The existing wood frame house was built in the late 1960’s and, as such, the interior was typical for that time -- small, closed-in rooms.. The additions gave us the opportunity to open up and expand the interior of the house by removing large portions of the existing exterior wall. The resulting plan allows light to filter deep into the interior of the house.
McFadden Residence, Lansdale, Pennsylvania -- These owners loved the existing location, so the design challenge was to add much needed living space while maintaining the character of the neighborhood. The attic was expanded into a full second floor with enlarged dormers and a full bathroom. In the rear a master bedroom suite was added along with an expanded kitchen, dining and laundry/mud room.
Crooked Lane, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania (Spec House) -- This house was purchased to renovate and sell. This imposes a different set of design issues than a project for live-in owners. First, the design needs to appeal to a wide range of potential buyers. Next, the budget is paramount. While a homeowner may stretch a budget to fit in something they like, a developer needs to make a profit or the whole project would be a waste of time and energy. Finally, with no actual homeowner, the design process can sometimes be difficult and without direction. This house on Crooked Lane excelled in tackling these issues and overcoming them to produce a beautiful house that sold quickly, pleasing the developer as well as the new homeowner.
Austin Residence, West Norriton, Pennsylvania (Special Needs) -- This project was a renovation/addition to make an existing home livable for a 16-year- old girl who suffered major brain trauma due to an automobile accident. The goal of the renovation was two fold. First, to allow this teenager and her caregivers to easily move throughout the first floor, from bedroom, to bathroom, to exercise room to four season sunroom. Second, to make sure that the home retained a “home” rather than an institutional appearance. The focal point of the project is the four season sunroom. This is the hearth of the house and of the family. It was important to provide a central space comfortable for the whole family. This was achieved with banks of windows, skylights and French doors out to the rear deck.