This compact and contemporary home was designed to replace an aging bungalow utilizing the same foundation and footprint as the original. Open interior spaces and a clean, simple exterior form define the project. Circulation through the home incorporates interior bridges, mezzanines and entirely custom designed elements of architectural detail.
A central light well and large windows aim to blur the distinction between interior and exterior site conditions; with due consideration for sun orientation, views and existing vegetation.
Architect: Thomas Debicki