The Shed / Hufft Projects

© Mike Sinclair

Architect: Hufft Projects
Location: ,
Principal in charge: Matthew Hufft
Design Team: Adam Crowley, Dan Brown
Lighting: Lightworks
Consultant: Herman & Associates
Area: 500 sq.ft.
Completion: 2010
Photographs: Mike Sinclair 

   

© Mike Sinclair

Serving as a counterpoint to the Curved House, the Shed is located on a repurposed Cul-de-sac adjacent to the residence. The construction method is an exercise in celebrating the logic and clarity of prefabrication. Conceived as a kit of parts, the elegant building’s steel frame combines modular wall components, roof trusses, and battens, all of which were assembled on site and clad with a rain-screen of White Oak taken from the property. This rain-screen wraps the walls, roof, and soffit and is expressed as a singular element. A galvanized metal fascia speaks to the structure beneath the skin. Polygal end walls with large operable doors complete the tripartite material composition.

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Cite: "The Shed / Hufft Projects" 20 May 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 22 Dec 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=233960>
  • Pedro Santos Barbosa

    I like the simplicity of form and lines

  • Chuck Speris

    The Rural Studio did it better with the Newbern Fire Station in 2004.