Tucked on a steeply sloping site with expansive views of the city and mountains, Myrtle View House is a complete reimagining of an existing 1950’s residence. The compact low form with dark stained wood and simple detailing allows the house to maintain a low profile and quietly nestle into the slope.
in situ studio
The house is set in a hill, just below the crest, overlooking a lake. The entry drive meanders through a hardwood forest and up the hill, approaching the house from the south.
The Nolintha Residence is a renovation and small addition to an historic, 1920s four-square house in downtown Raleigh. Our clients, who are brother and sister, are successful restaurateurs.
Architects: in situ studio Project: Taylor House Location: Charlotte, North Carolina, USA Photography: Keith Isaacs Photo Description by in situ studio: Taylor house is on a flat site, well off the street, overlooking a woodland pond. The drive meanders through the trees and approaches from the northern forest side. The house screens any view of […]