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Digital Pin-up: Cutting House

The Cutting House is a residence for a return client who wanted to make use of an existing ranch house.  The concept is to salvage the existing house and surround it with new structures that will address the programmatic needs of the owners.  The new structures will provide space for a home office, utility room, gallery space, screened porches and a pool shade structure.  The existing house will be clad in stone with the new structures expressed in a contrasting lighter material that is not yet determined.  The dialogue between the existing and new structures will also include landscape spaces that tie the two architectural expressions together into a cohesive fabric. As the saying goes:  “the most sustainable architecture is the space that you don’t build” or in this case the re-use of the existing structure.  It will be a fun challenge for a great client! The project team consists of Steve Raike, Bill Aylor, Ted Flato, Laura Kaupp, Chris Krajcer, Oliver Adamson, and Matt Hlavinka.   Entry_Drive_dp above: view from entry drive Revit-Overall-Plan-16_dp above: overall floor plan Walkway_dp above: view to entry Living_2_dp above: living room interior Kitchen-2_dp above: view to kitchen Living_dp above: view to living from kitchen Master_dp above: bedroom interior Pool_Pav_Interior_dp above: interior of pool pavilion Screened_Porch_dp above:view from screen porch to pool Barn_Path_dp above: view from barn path SW_from_Pool-2_dp above: view from southwest
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