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A historic residence revitalized both inside and out, transformed into a refined retreat echoing Spanish elegance.

Year Completed 2022
Services Front Entrance, Pool, Sunroom, Gardens, Patio


Wish list and design

Spanish Revival meets historic Hamilton.


The homeowner was looking to blend the historic charm of their Hamilton home with the elegance of Spanish Revival. Committed to preserving the home's historical integrity, we integrated Spanish architectural elements to create a refined space for relaxation and entertainment. We designed and constructed a space that showcases a seamless blend of tradition and sophistication.


“One of the unique challenges of this project involved adapting to the topography. The home is situated on a hill, which can complicate landscape construction. The client wanted to add security by installing driveway gates. To address this, we created a concept that used custom cast-iron columns of varying heights, allowing us to install gates that were level with the sloped setting.”

Richard Wynia
Owner & Visionary, LandArt


Landscape and RENOVATION features

The many distinct spaces to enjoy.

This project was completed in multiple phases to suit our client’s needs. Initially, we focused on constructing the front, side, and backyard, followed by the recent addition of a sunroom and basement renovation. In the front yard, we enhanced privacy and security with the installation of gates and pillars. The front entrance was updated, and a side courtyard was added. The backyard features a pool, patio, sitting area, covered porch, and a basement walkout, creating an ideal setting for gatherings. Finally, the basement renovation and sunroom were finished, all while preserving the home's heritage. Here, we designed and built a new kitchen, home gym space, and storage room. The beautiful tile floors in the basement were the perfect final touch.


“One of my favorite features of this project is the sunroom. We used rough-sawn Douglas Fir beams to create a finish that feels as if it were part of the original house. We also added stucco to the arched entrances to align with the Spanish Revival theme and ensure seamless access to the rest of the home.”

Richard Wynia
Owner & Visionary, LandArt