Trott Residence / ThoughtCraft Architects

Trott Residence / ThoughtCraft Architects

Project: Trott Residence
Architects: ThoughtCraft Architects
Collaborators: Tina Govan, AIA
Location: Durham, North Carolina
Area: 3,470 sf
Year 2017
Photography: Mark Herboth Photography

With a view of the Durham skyline, this home sits on a corner in the historic Cleveland-Holloway neighborhood. Mediating between the public street and a private courtyard, it spills out in both directions. A deep front porch continues the existing pattern of porches along the street and seamlessly extends the inside to the outside through a series of foldaway glass walls.

Trott Residence / ThoughtCraft Architects

Thermally modified wood slats weave the siding, railings, fences, and trellises together, creating dynamic patterns of light and shadow. The Trott residence and site are designed as one; weaving together inside and outside, building and nature, old and new. This home features a green roof and a 10kW solar array.

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interior design, ThoughtCraft Architects

living room, ThoughtCraft Architects

staircase, ThoughtCraft Architects

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stairs / ThoughtCraft Architects

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wooden / ThoughtCraft Architects

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Trott Residence / ThoughtCraft Architects

Trott Residence / ThoughtCraft Architects

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