Sugar Gum House has a sculptural simplicity; a clean, rectangular composition of brick and glass. Designed for a semi-retired couple, the compact footprint measures 21 by 10 metres over two levels.
The design of Fox River Residence is driven by the site, allowing each room to have expansive views of the landscape. The main living spaces are created by intersecting rectangular volumes flanked by a double-height entry space anchoring the house.
Split Villa is a renovation to a villa in the Auckland suburb of Sandringham. The project involved the design of a new addition that steps gradually through three split levels down to create an easy connection from the living spaces to the landscape.
For a project in Jackson’s Teton Cascades development, Carney Logan Burke’s clients were specific that their 6,000-square-foot home should feel like a collection of buildings rather than a monolith. Full-time residents of Jackson Hole, they would also be collaboratively involved in the process.
This coastal modern house was influenced by the vernacular coastal structures that can be found dotting the Maine coast. The building was simplified to pure geometric forms and then manipulated and modernized to take advantage of the sea …
Out of respect for turn-of-the-century farm buildings on the site, the Whidbey Farm carefully tucks into nearby forest. Perched on a low hill, the house looks over existing buildings, bucolic cattle fields, a cat-tail edged pond, and the forest itself.