Robbins Architecture cling designed the Glencoe Location in Illinois.
Description from Robbins Architecture
Not like many homes, we developed this house without defined rooms. Minimal exercise of partitions allowed us to point out areas and blur the lines between inner and outside.
Upon entering, the dwelling unfolds assist to the outside. Starting up stair risers align with a reflecting pool offering a see of the yard. The lounge celebrates the dramatic ravine survey utilizing a 35 foot glass wall so that the bushes appear to enter the house.
Opposite a floating wall is the kitchen-family room that extends out to a sunken terrace, the set the homes edges and materials rating an out of doorways room.
To extra anchor the dwelling to the landscape, we chose to raise the wood language came upon on the inner cabinetry to the outside partitions. It might perchance well perchance well perchance had been less traumatic to raise the outside detailing inner, however there used to be elegance to the soft wood panels on the outside that motivated us to work by the detailing. We feeble principles of yacht constructing to rating the panels that change into the language of the dwelling.
This unconventional floor thought allowed us to produce natural consolation by day lights and noxious air float.
Architects: Robbins Architecture
Classic Contractor: Jake Goldberg, Goldberg Classic Contracting Inc.
Interiors: Celeste Robbins with Consulting from Berta Shapiro
Photographer: Steve Hall, Hedrich Blessing