Modern Jackson House
Design of the house took form as a result of the odd shape of the lot, the respect for the local zoning codes as well as to the concerns for privacy voiced by a neighbor. The challenge, however, was to maximize the desired volume and space without offending the scale of the neighborhood.
Then, articulate each resulting mass further by applying contrasting materials such as Ipe, sand finish stucco and smooth, hand-troweled stucco. Within the clean lines and simple materials of the shell, the goal was to create light, interconnected, open spaces that were defined by shape and volume rather than by walls and materials. The starkness of the white walls and concrete floors allowed for creating unexpected niche spaces and contrasting touches to warm up the minimalism. The program consists of a “Great Room” (including the Entry, Living area, Dining and Kitchen) Powder Room,
secondary bathroom, Master Suite, Terrace and a Studio which could be converted into two future bedrooms.
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