Stelle Architects designed this house sited on a bluff overlooking the bay within a grove of cedar and locust trees.
Discrete volumes of varying public and private functions are organized around an axial promenade, extending to the outdoors. Single story volumes, separated by glass interstitial spaces, were utilized to lessen the overall impact of the structures while retaining lofty interiors spaces requested by the owners.
Low maintenance, sustainable materials were carefully assembled. An efficient geothermal heating and cooling system along with highly energy efficient glazing and an advanced building insulation system resulted in a structure that substantially exceeded the requirements under the Energy Star rating system.
Photos by Michael Moran Photography, Inc.