Tucked away on a 1.3 acre lot, this house in Los Altos, California was renovated by Bart Prince -- transformed from a rectangular cabin into an eclectic combination of forms, inspired by the owners, Dale and Margo Seymour’s, love of math, art and geometry. The newly built structure is composed of steel and glulam, creating angular forms with generous glazing to create open, day-lit spaces. To navigate the California law that glass cannot be installed in non-vertical positions, an acrylic substitute was used for many of the home’s irregular windows.
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https://www.archdaily.com/775121/bart-prince-renovates-home-based-on-the-owners-love-of-math-art-and-geometry Eric Oh
00:00 - 14 August, 2012
LocationAlbuquerque, United States
https://www.archdaily.com/262468/ad-classics-prince-home-and-studio-bart-prince Greg LeMaire