Newton House / NADAAA

Newton House / NADAAA

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Houses  · 
  • NADAAA Project Team

    Monica Ponce de Leon (as Office dA), Christian Ervin, Ghazal Abbasy-Asbagh, Arthur Chang, Lisa Huang, Chris Campbell
  • Landscape Architects

    Jessica Leete
  • MEP

    Sun Engineering
  • Lighting Design

    Collaborative Lighting
  • General Contractor

    Delta Design & Construction
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Text description provided by the architects. Located in a suburb of Boston, this house serves as a gathering point for a couple’s children and many grandchildren. The addition and pool house develop a dialogue with the existing gardens, allowing the owners to engage the outdoors all year, and creating a series of filters and frames through which the landscape is viewed.

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© John Horner
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Floor plan
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Product Description:

The Newton House living and pool pavilions frame the landscape surrounding the house and enhance the inhabitants' relationship with the natural landscape of the backyard. Located within the Living Pavilion, a polished stainless steel hood at the center of an open kitchen reflects its context, effectively de-materializing itself, as it absorbs the various views within its facets. At once a significant mechanical presence, and at the same time an optical ruse, the two come together in an unexpected alliance.

© John Horner
© John Horner

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Cite: "Newton House / NADAAA" 05 Oct 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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