This home’s historical significance in Tulsa and original design quality made it a prime candidate for an extensive restoration/remodel. Originally designed for Miller Williams of the Williams Companies. The updates of this house ensure that it lives for today’s modern family in size and square footage, but maintains its original character and addresses its immediate context in scale. Several original features were maintained as part of the project, among them are: the original whitewashed chimneys. The original architect of the home intended this whitewash to weather naturally. As a part of our design, we have allowed them to continue to weather naturally. Other original features that have been maintained include: exposed structural beams, interior fireplaces, cast iron kitchen sink, clawfoot tub, and many window locations.
As a part of this upgrade, we have placed a focus on energy efficiency and longevity of this home. Updated features include: high-efficiency HVAC systems, properly detailed spray foam insulation at the exterior envelope, triple pane windows, and regrading of the site along with new drainage systems throughout. Included in our design is also a detached three car garage, which is a rare amenity in this part of Midtown Tulsa.