The Jacaranda house harnesses the cool air passing in the northern setback in summer and in winter, the thermal mass floor collects sun and is further warmed with in-floor heating offset by solar panels.
Central Area Home project completed by Fivedot is a renovation of a 1950’s era home into a gathering space for family and friends. The existing home was a small square on a large lot.
The Barton Valley house is carefully sited among a stand of red oak trees at the edge of a grassy plain, and placed to capture dramatic views into the broad valley that was carved out by Barton Creek.
This elegant contemporary custom is perched on a steep hillside in Austin, Texas. While it overlooks a natural wet weather creek and the hill country of west Austin, this single family home fits the needs of a growing family as well as it fits the challenging site its on.
M4 House is the result of the rupture of the pure volumes regarding a strict sense of orientation. Located at the top of the land, you can see the forest of pines, oaks, and cedars that grow to the south, framing the views.
This São Paulo vacation home was built for a family with two adult children. The project is divided into two main volumes, displaced from one another. The ground floor contains the entire social area, while the upper volume accommodates the more sheltered suites.