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Stolarczyk Residence / Jonathan Barnes Architecture and Design

  • 01:00 - 19 May, 2011
Stolarczyk Residence / Jonathan Barnes Architecture and Design
Stolarczyk Residence / Jonathan Barnes Architecture and Design, © Brad Feinknopf
© Brad Feinknopf

© Brad Feinknopf © Brad Feinknopf © Brad Feinknopf © Brad Feinknopf +14

From the architect. This project involved the addition to a 1960’s era international Style house, an anomaly in this typical suburban Columbus neighborhood. The existing house, a long white box that sits atop a steep, heavily wooded slope, consists of a first floor and a walk-out basement. The addition includes two kid’s bedrooms and two baths on the first level and an entertainment room on the lower level.

© Brad Feinknopf
© Brad Feinknopf

The addition creates a subtle and seamless continuity with the still contemporary original architecture, adding a right-angle wing to the east end of the house and framing the rear yard and main entry. The new landscaping included terraced lawns and a long, rubble retaining wall, emphasizing this framing. The new rooms are organized along a single-loaded, fully-glazed corridor that connects and aligns with the house’s existing circulation and terminates at a rectilinear outdoor patio just beyond the new structure. 

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 A full bath located between the two bedrooms features a black mosaic tile floor that continues over the shower half-wall and across the corridor floor. A polycarbonate panel at the shower wall provides borrowed light from the corridor and provides continuity between the two sets of large-scale, wood-framed polycarbonate sliding panels at the bedrooms. These panels allow the two bedrooms to open fully to the corridor, gaining both light and floor area. A half-bath located at the near end of the addition and echoes the minimalist and monochromatic character found elsewhere.

© Brad Feinknopf
© Brad Feinknopf
Cite: "Stolarczyk Residence / Jonathan Barnes Architecture and Design" 19 May 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/134458/stolarczyk-residence-jonathan-barnes-architecture-and-design/>
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Sai Dasma · June 07, 2012

Where is the north elevation?

Andrei Uhimchuk · June 17, 2011

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michael j stolarczyk · May 24, 2011

Stolarczyk Residence / Jonathan Barnes Architecture and Design | ArchDaily http://t.co/V2GyU07 via @archdaily | [I miss our old place! MJS]

Dennis Moss Jnr · May 20, 2011

very nice, but there's no photo of the entire building (!) so it's difficult to get a feel for it...

ariana roberts · May 20, 2011

claustrophobia much?

Architecture+Molding · May 19, 2011

Stolarczyk Residence / Jonathan Barnes Architecture and Design: This project involved the addition to a 1960’s e... http://bit.ly/j1DxPd

Poulin Giroux Alexandre · May 19, 2011

Some small elements are interesting.
But I think this building has no soul.
Its too rectangular. Its like a container.

Pro Dec · May 19, 2011

This is a cazy design!

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