This residence explores the relationship between new and existing architecture in Philadelphia’s historic Rittenhouse neighborhood. The central, vertical window delineates the front of the Rittenhouse house into two halves, referencing the double nature of the site’s past.
Jeffrey Totaro photography
San Marino Residence, located on an island in Biscayne Bay, is a reinterpretation of the regional post-war Miami Modernist architecture movement. The clients, who own a winery in Santa Barbara, California, requested an indoor-outdoor experience
Primary features of this Dickerman weekend retreat house are its simple, open form and clean aesthetic. It emphasizes natural materials including a stone fireplace, Douglas Fir interior finishes, and indoor / outdoor rooms with a visual connection to the natural setting.