The 1930s-era Tudor home fit right into its historic neighborhood, but the family couldn't fit all it needed for this decade inside--a larger kitchen, a functional dining room, a home office, energy efficiency. How to get more space without an addition--and upgrade the facade while staying in harmony? With careful attention and a little design magic: a relocated entrance with custom rough-sawn posts, a Spanish slate roof, copper spouts and gutters, and original brick salvaged from the home's back and side walls to keep the classic look. 2010 National Chrysalis Award Winner - Whole-House Remodel. 2009 Washington NARI CotY GRAND Award Winner - Whole-House Remodel.