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T Space / Steven Holl Architects

  • 01:00 - 17 October, 2010
T Space / Steven Holl Architects
T Space / Steven Holl Architects, © Susan Wides
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  • Architects

  • Location

    Dutchess, NY, USA
  • Category

  • Design Architect

    Steven Holl
  • Project Architect

    Garrick Ambrose
  • Project Team

    Jackie Luk, Lautaro Pereyra, Jeanne Wellinger
  • Project Advisor

    Chris McVoy
  • Structural Engineering

    Silman Associates, PC.
  • Fabricator

    JLP Home Improvement
  • Project Year

  • Photographs

Text description provided by the architects. On a four acre site in Dutchess County, New York, a new wooden ”T” space sits near a stone “U” house from 1952, which has a steel “L” addition from 2001.

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The new gallery floats over the natural landscape. It has nine steel columns and nine elevations, all integrated via proportions of 1:1.618..

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© Susan Wides

A rain skin of natural 2x2 cedar is suspended on stainless steel screws. There is no plumbing, or sheetrock. The interiors are painted plywood and the floor is sanded marine plywood with all the stains of the 4 month construction process exposed.

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© Susan Wides

Wooden windows, doors and skylights were specifically built for this space. The gallery is reached from the east by a gently sloping wooden ramp, and exited on a wooden ramp through the south elevation which is a large pivoting wall.

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© Susan Wides

Light comes from skylights, cut to achieve 25 foot candles of natural light on the walls, eliminate the need for electricity.

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© Susan Wides

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Cite: "T Space / Steven Holl Architects" 17 Oct 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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