WINDING LAKE DRIVE // Marc McCollom Architect
Designed for a young family from Mexico City, the home focuses around ample visual connection throughout the living space beginning from the street toward a spring-fed pond at the edge of the site. The form of the house, conceived as two interlocking volumes, displays carefully orchestrated openings to control views from the street within and provide full visual connection toward the pool and pond beyond. A simple interior articulation focuses the visitor’s attention on design features such as the staircase, a sculptural element comprised of a wood, steel, and glass palette evocative of the entirety of the home’s material composition. The linear progression of the architecture toward the edge of the site comes together with the interplay of the sculpted pool at the edge of the pond and the cantilevered volume of the interior private study above.
ARCHITECT | Marc McCollom Architect
PROJECT DESIGN TEAM | Marc McCollom, AIA
PHOTOGRAPHY CREDIT | Charles Smith, AIA
COMPLETED | 2015
SQUARE FOOTAGE | 5,000
FEATURED SERVICES + PRODUCTS | Architectural Lighting Associates, Il Granito, Horizon Italian Tile, Bury, Inc., Knoxtile, M&M Design Studio, SubZero Wolf, MESA, Westside Kitchen and Bath, S&H Design Development