Into the Wild is an über-modern residential project on 2.3 acres of undeveloped land in the heart of Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. The house was designed by Acre Architects in close collaboration with the homeowners – Judith Mackin and Robert Moore from Tuck Studio.
Set in the coastal bushland of Aireys Inlet, this home weaves along the block between established ironbarks, capitalizing on the bush views and northern aspect, to create a tranquil retreat.
This house in suburban New Jersey attempts to reconcile several competing forces. The first challenge is to provide comfortable living space for five while preserving as much exterior space as possible for outdoor living.
Perched on the edge of a beautiful canyon, this stunning Steel House is a work of extreme precision and passionate purpose. The house steps down the hillside and opens up to spectacular views of the nearby creek, adjacent canyon wall and distant mountains.
This building was commissioned as a library and writing studio for a historian. It is located on a property adjacent to the client’s home, and is approached on foot through a stand of trees. There is no drive or path.
In a historic residence on Manhattan’s 5th Avenue found in its estate condition as built in 1930’s, revitalize, renovate and create a civic residential space suited to the owners penchant for philanthropy; A modern think tank and forum for the display of American art.