This light-filled modern farmhouse in Mill Spring, North Carolina serves as a relaxing retreat for its owners. The home is tucked in the countryside on a horse farm with rolling pastures and beautiful mountain landscape.
Balakrishnan residence is a two-story house laid on an east-west axis to maximize the benefits of passive solar throughout the year. Tall pines that surround the home inspired the vertical exterior siding. Movement through the home is choreographed to views and natural light.
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 […]
With the home’s location in a busy intersection near downtown Raleigh, North Carolina, privacy was a key component for the design of the Powers house. Recently completed by The Raleigh Architecture Company, the house is located on what was a vacant corner lot. A cast-in-place concrete wall adjoining the house creates a private courtyard that […]
This mountain craftsman house was designed by ACM Design, an Award Winning Asheville architecture and interior design firm. The house is located in Waynesville, North Carolina. Tucked into the mountainside at nearly 4300 feet in elevation, this reserved Craftsman style home with exterior of dark gray shingles, stained heavy timbers and stone gives a subtle suggestion of what’s […]
Samsel Architects have recently completed this modern passive solar residence located in Asheville, North Carolina. Description by Samsel Architects: This modern passive solar residence sits on five acres of steep mountain land with great views looking down the Beaverdam Valley. The house is on a south-facing slope that allowed the owners to build the energy […]