The Schultz house is a primary single-family residence of approximately 3900 sf that was designed for an active couple in Vail, Colorado. Having previously designed a renovation to the owner’s successful clothing shop in Minturn, the couple returned to Blueline Architects for the design of their new home.
A gently sloping 3-acre, tree-rimmed hayfield is the site for the Hayfield House, a Passive House certified, 2,100SF, three-bedroom residence. Hayfield House has been designed to accommodate a family with three young children
The Downeast Coastal House exceeds its Net-Zero energy consumption goal using a grid-tied ground mounted PV array that power geothermal heat pumps for radiant in-floor heat, high-efficiency appliances and LED lighting.
The client brief was to design a unique holiday cottage inspired by a ‘bird hide’ concept, nestled within the wild gardens of a Listed thatch cottage. The Hide establishes its language from a dilapidated outbuilding originally located within the site.
As it is a weekend getaway, we strived for a relaxed interior that exudes stylish comfort. Textures such as suedes, linens and sheepskin were used to create a sense of calmness and to add to the overall feeling of informal relaxation.
Inside the Spine house, the concrete wall winds its way further down the narrow site towards the water, and forms itself into bathrooms, storage space and a fireplace. Gathered around this concrete spine, wooden volumes hover just above the ground.