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Taylor House / in situ studio

Taylor House by in situ studio

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 the pond. A tall entry and stair volume bisects the plan and is a lens to the pond upon entry.

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The entire ground level, which includes the master suite, opens north to the forest and south to the pond. Openings on the south wall are shaded by an overhang. A composition of surfaces and site walls define formal exterior spaces adjacent to the house.

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