Sunset At Double Yoke Farm in Bonner Springs Kansas, Designed by Todd Hicks at NSPJ Architects.
Sunset at Double Yoke Farm in Bonner Springs Kansas. Designed by Architect Todd Hicks at NSPJ Architects
Side enterence at Double Yoke Farm in Bonner Springs Kansas, Designed by Architect Todd Hicks
Back exterior of home at Double Yoke Farm in Bonner Springs Kansas, Designed by Architect Todd Hicks
Fire Pit at Double Yoke Farm in Bonner Springs Kansas, Landscape Architecture by Katie Martinovic of NSPJ Architects
Double Yoke Farm House in Bonner Springs Kansas designed by Todd Hicks from NSPJ Architects
Double Yoke Farm House in Bonner Springs Kansas designed by Todd Hicks from NSPJ Architects
Double Yoke Farm House in Bonner Springs Kansas designed by Todd Hicks from NSPJ Architects
Double Yoke Farm House in Bonner Springs Kansas designed by Todd Hicks from NSPJ Architects
Double Yoke Farm House in Bonner Springs Kansas designed by Todd Hicks from NSPJ Architects
Double Yoke Farm House in Bonner Springs Kansas designed by Todd Hicks from NSPJ Architects
Double Yoke Farm House in Bonner Springs Kansas designed by Todd Hicks from NSPJ Architects
Double Yoke Farm House in Bonner Springs Kansas designed by Todd Hicks from NSPJ Architects
Double Yoke Farm House in Bonner Springs Kansas designed by Todd Hicks from NSPJ Architects
Double Yoke Farm House in Bonner Springs Kansas designed by Todd Hicks from NSPJ Architects
Double Yoke Farm House in Bonner Springs Kansas designed by Todd Hicks from NSPJ Architects
Double Yoke Farm House in Bonner Springs Kansas designed by Todd Hicks from NSPJ Architects
Double Yoke Farm House in Bonner Springs Kansas designed by Todd Hicks from NSPJ Architects
Double Yoke Farm House in Bonner Springs Kansas designed by Todd Hicks from NSPJ Architects

Double Yoke Farm

Bonner Springs, Kansas


Services
Architecture
Landscape Architecture

“Double Yoke Farm” is located in Bonner Springs, Kansas. At the heart of the property is a newly designed farmhouse where the original once stood. To keep the scale of the home true to its farmhouse roots, we created a bit of an illusion by designing a two-story portion that appears as an original, white, clapboard sided farmhouse. Then, we designed smaller, one-story, pine-clad wings which appear as additions made to the house over time. Beneath this traditional farmhouse appearance is a modern, open floor plan to accommodate this family’s lifestyle and entertaining needs.

The landscape architecture drew inspiration from traditional farm plant materials and focused on several key elements. We enhanced the architecture with family friendly spaces off of the rear of the home which includes a patio, fire pit, and garden spaces. Furthermore, at the front of the home we provided a buffer from the road and we created a logical approach for both vehicles and pedestrians.

Builder
Bryan Hermreck Construction

Interior Decorator
Monica Hicks

Structural Engineer
Vista Structural Engineering LLC

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