Residential

Lucy Call Photography
Lucy Call Photography

The owner designed and planted the low water use landscaping which provides color, texture and easy maintenance year round. Painted steel siding provides aggressive texture against the white plaster. Steel railings are unfinished and will add to the patina of the house over time.

Lucy Call Photography
Lucy Call Photography

The interior courtyard looking towards the Master Bedroom "Cabin". Above this space is a balcony that serves the upstairs bedrooms and studio. The courtyard faces east and offers a shady respite from the harsh afternoon sun in this high desert home. A hedgerow of european hornbeams will give additional shade and privacy to/from the neighbors.

Lucy Call Photography
Lucy Call Photography

This 2nd floor loft serves as the owners meeting space for his architectural practice and music rehearsal space.

Lucy Call Photography
Lucy Call Photography

The owner designed and planted the low water use landscaping which provides color, texture and easy maintenance year round. Painted steel siding provides aggressive texture against the white plaster. Steel railings are unfinished and will add to the patina of the house over time.

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The See Thru C-House Projects
Salt Lake City,UT
 
​This 2-story (no basement) home was designed for a small urban in-fill lot. Centered around an interior, east facing courtyard to capture morning sun and mountain view the owner had previously lived in lofts and wanted a contrast between industrial and residential finishes.
The central courtyard is surrounded on 3 sides by the living, eating and sleeping areas. A hedgerow of hornbeam trees offer privacy from the adjacent neighbors.
High ceilings, cross ventilation and evaporative cooling provide comfort on the hottest days. Hydronic radiant heating on both floors provide comfortable, cost effective heating. An abundance of windows insures plentiful natural light on even the dreariest winter days.
Finally, the house becomes a gallery for a large collection of artwork from the owners grandmother, Jeanette Maxfield Lewis, a renowned California artist. 
Residence-Salt Lake City
Residence-Salt Lake City

This urban in-fill house features an interior courtyard and rooftop terrace that captures the city lights and mountain views.

Residence-Salt Lake City
Residence-Salt Lake City

Residence-Pacific grove, CA
Residence-Pacific grove, CA

This L shaped house features an interior courtyard that opens the interior to abundant natural light. Mature oak trees act as a foil to this white modernist home.

Residence-Salt Lake City
Residence-Salt Lake City

This urban in-fill house features an interior courtyard and rooftop terrace that captures the city lights and mountain views.

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Courtyard Houses

These projects illustrate the use of interior courtyard spaces to extend the living areas to the outside. The added bonus is the amount of natural light and cross ventilation that can be achieved with this layout.

Model
Model

At the completion of the Schematic Design Phase a scale model was built to give the owner and contractor a better idea of the scale and complexity of the project.

Front Exterior
Front Exterior

The approach to the house is from a gravel driveway that leads through a forested lane and across a bridge to the motor court. The pond is man made but fed from a nearby stream.

Side Elevation
Side Elevation

Model
Model

At the completion of the Schematic Design Phase a scale model was built to give the owner and contractor a better idea of the scale and complexity of the project.

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Estate
Holladay, UT
The owner of this English style estate requested  formal gardens and the ability to entertain on a grand scale. The 22 acre property offered the ability to do both while orienting the home for maximum daylighting and mountain views.
Initially designed at 56,000 sq.ft. with an indoor sports wing and guest suite, the home was pared down to 28,000 sq.ft.