Resting on a 5 acre property, this incredible residence shows two contrasting facades – a privateness-defending entrance view composed of two volumes resting on a smaller picket quantity and a totally glazed south facade mirroring its 14 ft excessive metal and glass home windows and stucco piers within the close by pool. A part of architect Michael Haverland‘s portfolio, the residence named Waterfront Home is situated in East Hampton, New York. Concrete partitions with fascinating pc-generated vertical and horizontal patterns appearing as rain-screens adorn the distinctive facade.
These hand forged panels are made out of sand from the location, additional deepening the connection between the constructed residence and its environment. The residence is described by Michael Haverland as follows: “From the preliminary strategy, this home seems to be two opaque volumes. As soon as nearer, an elevated courtyard is revealed, and a niche between two rectangular volumes exposes the metal and glass entry. The gradual sequence from grade to to the entrance door results in the second flooring the place the primary areas are elevated to seize water and sky views.” Isn’t using patterned panels a tremendous answer to beautifying an opaque facade?