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  7. Jade Residence / E/L Studio

Jade Residence / E/L Studio

  • 00:00 - 6 April, 2014
Jade Residence / E/L Studio
Jade Residence / E/L Studio, © Pepper Watkins
© Pepper Watkins

© Pepper Watkins © Pepper Watkins © Pepper Watkins © Pepper Watkins + 35

      • Design Team

        Mark Lawrence, AIA; Elizabeth Emerson, AIA; Christopher Brown; Paul Schilder; Evan Stoddard; Hau Bui
      • Structural Engineering

        ANH Structure, LLC
      • Geotechnical Engineering

        Gibbons Associates
      • M/E/P Engineering

        JEK
      • General Contracting

        E/L Studio PLLC
      • More Specs Less Specs
      © Pepper Watkins
      © Pepper Watkins

      Building on the family business, an adjacent motel in Wildwood’s doo-wop district, the Jade residence does double-duty. It’s a vacation home that works hard as well as a retirement home that grows to make space for the next generation.

      © Pepper Watkins
      © Pepper Watkins

      Ground floor rental units replicating the original motel units are the foundation to the family residence on the upper floors.

      © Pepper Watkins
      © Pepper Watkins

      A double height living room in the residence connects the master and guest levels and features two large openings towards the breeze and view of the ocean and motel pool, respectively.

      Diagram 1
      Diagram 1

      Light monitors above orient due south to provide constant diffuse light to the interior while maximizing solar gain on collectors outside. A geo-thermal system and passive ventilation reduce the extremes of the heating/cooling load and necessity for mechanical HVAC except for the most severe days.

      © Pepper Watkins
      © Pepper Watkins

      Standard cladding and window units are customized to create a hurricane-resistant rain screen with perforations at heights for adults and children alike. Material details translate the doo-wop resort vocabulary to a contemporary idiom transforming form richly saturated color at the heart to increasing lightness at the periphery.


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      Cite: "Jade Residence / E/L Studio" 06 Apr 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/493241/jade-residence-e-l-studio/> ISSN 0719-8884