LINDENWOOD AVENUE // Marc McCollom, AIA
Conceived from a holistic design approach upon which the architect was responsible for the home as well as the surrounding landscape, the house on Lindenwood displays a harmonious composition between the exterior and interior environments. Through a simple, straightforward approach to the concept of the home, the organization of space is derived from a series of three overlapping volumes of public realm, an approach that allows the main spaces of the home to act in a multi-functional manner while taking full advantage of the connection between the home and the landscape. This overlapping not only resolves the internal volumes and functions of the house but also addresses the corner site and the scale of the neighboring homes. Details of the home include exposed fireplace flues, a balcony suspended from the roof above, and curved ceilings in two of the bedrooms.
ARCHITECT | Marc McCollom, AIA
PROJECT DESIGN TEAM | Marc McCollom, AIA + Beth Steinbauer + Ronald Schmidt
SQUARE FOOTAGE | 6,600 SF
COMPLETED | 2011
PHOTOGRAPHY CREDIT | Charles Davis Smith, AIA