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A subtractive rather than additive approach is employed for the major interior remodel of a modestly sized, two-story residence. The removal of walls and ceiling joists and a limited materials palette define an open kitchen and dining area with simple and well proportioned spatial volumes. A French door, corner windows, and clerestory windows open the spaces and allow an abundance of natural light. An array of light fixtures provides effective task lighting and a wide variation in ambient lighting choices. The master bathroom’s iridescent glass tile and fused plate glass along with a curvaceous wall and counter top provide a sensuous bathing and showering environment. In the small guest bathroom, a floating, fused glass counter top replaces a traditional base, cabinet and counter top. Reflective glass tiles, a large mirror, and the new counter top assembly combine to remake a space that belies its size.