The Bueche family is always on the move. From hosting parties to making dinner for three (or more) hungry boys, there is never a dull moment for the busy house of five.
During Hurricane Gustav, a tree crashed into the family’s home practically splitting it in two. The Bueches knew that they had to act quickly so they called Kevin to assess the damage. After diagnosing all the issues to be fixed, the family embarked on a yearlong reconstruction of their beloved home.
It was important for Kevin and the Bueches that they worked together to create a custom home tailored to the family’s needs and energy. The home had to efficiently utilize space for future gatherings while maintaining its vintage style and feel. It was also paramount to create a space livable for three growing boys.
On February 23, 2018, The Advocate did a feature on the Bueches and their home. Read it here to learn more about their journey through the construction process and how they created a Forever Home to fit their lifestyle.
Feature photo taken by Advocate staff photographer Hilary Scheinuk