Location: Charlotte, North Carolina
Project size: 4,000 square feet
Program: The home, on an infill site on one of Charlotte’s main commercial boulevards, is located within the Hermitage Court Historic District.
Solution: Design elements, such as the two-story front porch, nod to the site’s historic neighbors. To break down the house’s scale, its massing was broken into separate volumes with differing setbacks. This also creates a strong sense of verticality, and allows for natural light to reach deep into the interiors. The building’s form permitted the architects to carve out two inner courtyards, one featuring a small plunge pool.
Construction and materials: The building's structure is wood; brick cladding and poured concrete lend the house a stately presence on its street. Bronze-coated aluminum louvers shield the porches of the front façade.
Owner: Bryant and Johana Troutman
Completion date: May 2019
1278 NW 29th Street, Miami, FL 33136
Architect of record:
Robert P. Queen, structural
Holevas & Holton Custom Home Builders
Moisture barrier: Ty Vek
Curtain wall: Other cladding unique to this project: Custom aluminum shutters and aluminum trim
Other: TPO roofing membrane
Metal frame: Rock Hill Glass
Sliding doors: Windoor
Cabinetwork and custom woodwork: Hans Krug kitchen cabinets and bathroom vanities
Paints and stains: Sherwin Williams
Marble tiles: Bianco Gioa
Other furniture: Design Within Reach
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