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ZincHouse / Studio B

  • 15:00 - 13 June, 2017
ZincHouse / Studio B
ZincHouse / Studio B, © Derek Skalko
© Derek Skalko

© Derek Skalko © Derek Skalko © Derek Skalko © Derek Skalko + 23

  • Architects

  • Location

  • Design Principal

    Scott Lindenau, FAIA
  • Area

    2400.0 ft2
  • Project Year

  • Photographs

  • Interior Design

    Susan Okie- Lindenau
  • Project Manager

    Kevin Heath, AIA
  • Landscape Architecture

    Ryan Vugteveen - Lift Studio
  • Structural Engineers

    Studio NYL
  • General Contractor

    Shaun Kennedy
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© Derek Skalko
© Derek Skalko

Text description provided by the architects. A constrained property, a complex history and a one-story requirement defined this 2500 square foot residence draped in a zinc cloak perched on a board-formed plinth. The steep angular site is bound on three sides with immediate neighbors and positioned on a busy street resulting in an elevated solution for privacy and view.

© Derek Skalko
© Derek Skalko
Floor Plan
Floor Plan
© Derek Skalko
© Derek Skalko

Sectional differences and an open plan capture natural light throughout with a hidden rear terrace embraced by the architecture. Walking distance to downtown, this residence sits quietly in its transitional neighborhood enjoying ample sunshine and great views to Aspen Mountain.

© Derek Skalko
© Derek Skalko

The interiors reflect the clients desire for abundant natural light utilizing floor to ceiling windows and doors, light textured porcelain floors, level 5 drywall, wire-brushed cypress interior doors and ceilings adding warmth.

© Derek Skalko
© Derek Skalko

The art and objects reflect the clients love of travel with overtones of gray’s and charcoals in the fabrics, furniture and accessories complimenting with the exterior material palette.

© Derek Skalko
© Derek Skalko

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Cite: "ZincHouse / Studio B" 13 Jun 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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