Located in the St. Mary’s neighborhood of Salt Lake City, this Mid-Century home stole our clients’ hearts. Constructed in the 1950s by a commercial general contractor as his personal home, the structure is an unusual mix of steel and brick. While its overall layout was timeless, some minor modifications allowed us to create better connectivity between living spaces, capture views from the kitchen, and create a small powder room accessible from the public areas of the home. Attention was then turned to the interior infrastructure, fixtures, and finishes, which were in dire need of updating. New white oak floors cover new radiant floors, which replaced the existing radiant ceiling heating system that, while innovative, was nearing the end of its useful life. LED Lighting was added to brighten spaces that were once dim and replace existing fixtures that were mismatched and oddly placed. The existing mechanical systems were replaced with high-efficiency units that provide lower energy costs and improved zoning and control. Finally new cabinetry, countertops, and tile were installed, each designed to reinforce the careful play of geometries that defined this home’s impeccable bones.