1,800 sq.ft. custom home designed collaboratively with Architect Jack Smith FAIA. Landscape Architecture by Peter Ker Walker. The design maximizes the tight and challenging lot allowing for views to Mount Baldy from the interior at all levels as well as from the exterior balcony and terrace. The roof is warped in a hyperbolic paraboloid by virtue of a series of straight exposed glulam beams all sloping in incremental degrees from a central axis. The roof allows for proper drainage and appears to float with transparent glass between all glulam beams on the north and south facades letting daylight in and celebrating the unique roof form. Responsible for coordination, collaborating on design, design drawings, interior and exterior detailing, and full construction document set.
photo credit: Tim Brown, Tim Brown Media
additional photo credits: Tanner Houselog