Top 5 Homes of the Week With Charming Patios
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1. Greenwich Village Townhouse
Architect: Ryall Sheridan Architects, Location: New York, New York
From the architect: "The program for this 1840s Greenwich Village townhouse redefined it as a spatially interconnected contemporary residence for a young family. The idea of circulation as a public ‘street,’ in which family members encounter each other as they go about their daily routines, informs the organization of the house. Large landings at the south end of the circulation space act as places to interact. All other programmatic elements are kept to the west side of the house, allowing the sky-lit eastern circulation ‘street’ to vertically connect spaces throughout the house. The services of the building are contained within a vertical core, which also defines the transition between open and closed spaces."
2. La Mesa Residence
Architect: Dutton Architects, Location: Los Angeles, California
From the architect: "Our client bought a historic adobe house by John Byers, one of the preeminent architects of Los Angeles in the first half of the 20th century. Dutton Architects relished the challenge of respecting the history and craft of the original, while adapting it for 20th-century living. The restoration of the original structure was guided by the consultant that oversees the Getty Trust’s adobe restoration projects."
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Architect: Hygge Supply, Location: Lake Leelanau, Michigan
From the architect: "Hygge Supply completed this ultimate kit home in June 2019 and began offering overnight stays to potential clients and design enthusiasts in July. Hygge Supply founder and designer Kelly Sean Karcher envisioned the home to incorporate the materials and products that fall in line (both aesthetically and ethically) with the principles of the Hygge Supply brand."
4. Hood River Residence
Architect: Scott Edwards Architecture, Location: Hood River, Oregon
From the architect: "The Hood River Residence is nestled along the forested edge of the Hood River Valley. The linear floor plan takes full advantage of views of patchwork orchards and Mount Adams to the north. The form is divided into two volumes—a main residence and a guest wing. A concrete wall connects the volumes to each other and to the landscape, while acting as a filter and backdrop for the view."
5. Burnt Cedar
Architect: Faulkner Architects, Location: Incline Village, Nevada
From the architect: "This is a full-time beach house for a car-passionate family of four situated across from Burnt Cedar Beach on the north shore of Lake Tahoe. Prior to being pulled up the hill to flumes and rails destined for Virginia City, logs were staged here as the mountains around the lakeshore were logged during the silver mining years of the 1860s. Set into a neighborhood originally built in the 1950s and bordered by houses to the sides and rear, the house takes a simple box form, half buried into the slope. It faces the lake with full-height glazing that encloses a loft-like plan with double-height living spaces."
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