The Lee House, a 1999 traditional townhouse nestled within Historic Savannah, had far outlived the inefficiency of its dark and cumbersome layout. Matthew Hallett redesigned  the dining room, kitchen quarters, and adjacent courtyard into a more elegant and mindful living space. Adding to the rear of the home granted an expansion of the kitchen into an L-shaped design, while relocating and resizing dining room doors to match existent living room pocket doors, refined interior movability and increased natural light. A small exterior balcony of ipe and steel gives ready access from the kitchen to the courtyard, creating an intimacy and cohesiveness between interior and exterior spaces.