Ryall Sheridan Carroll Architects has created a cedar-clad, pavilion-like home on the North Fork of Lengthy Island that features a indifferent storage and pool.
Based mostly in New York Metropolis, Ryall Sheridan Carroll Architects designed the two,500-square-foot (230-square-metre) residence, referred to as the Tree Farmer’s Home, for a one-acre lot.
In elevation, the light-coloured residence has the form of a low-lying triangle with the corners minimize off, however the plan consists of two rectangular varieties that shift previous one another.
“We seemed to the straightforward types of the agricultural buildings of Jap Lengthy Island and organized these items to create a contemporary farmstead,” the group stated.
The three-bedroom residence “creates a way of containment and launch within the panorama.”
The size and type of the home and indifferent storage and studio hold with vernacular farm buildings within the space.
The venture’s exterior materials palette references the encircling agricultural space with whitewashed cedar siding and an aluminium standing-seam roof. Sq. metal columns rise out of mahogany decking.
The interiors are characterised by “a various collection of areas with each vertical and horizontal compression adopted by areas that open up in surprising methods,” the group stated.
A double-height, pavilion-like porch frames one facet of the home and has a wood-burning range. This porch flows inside by means of floor-to-ceiling class to the first dwelling house.
This ethereal front room has west-facing home windows that overlook the adjoining tree farm. It incorporates a tough stucco wall that accents the inset hearth.
Ash flooring continues from the first room into the extra enclosed rooms like the first bed room, the place giant white-framed home windows direct views.
The house’s second part features a kitchen with an eat-in banquet, a main suite with a related porch and a staircase that wraps round a powder room because it ascends to the higher ground, the place the opposite bedrooms have been positioned.
The bogs have been brightened with vibrant tile, rounded mirrors and floating counter tops, and embody skylights.
Throughout a gravel driveway sits the shed-shaped, two-car storage and studio house with sliding doorways that open onto a manicured backyard. An oblong pool sits on the north fringe of the property.
The studio prioritised resilient design, integrating energy-efficient features resembling excessive R-value partitions, roofs, flooring and home windows; and vapour-permeable membranes for an hermetic meeting.
The home makes use of all-electric techniques together with a high-efficiency ERV that conserves 90 per cent of power from the conditioned air. The power use is offset by a small-rooftop photo voltaic panel array.
Close by, in one other venture, the studio lifted a vacation residence with concrete pillars to boost the dwelling house above the floodwaters of the location’s tidal wetland.
The pictures is by Keith Scott Morton.
Architects: Ryall Sheridan Carroll Architects (Niall Carroll, Invoice Ryall)
Structural engineer: Ed Armus Engineering
Interiors design: Christine Churchill