Neon in North Carolina

Charlotte, North Carolina
Location
  • Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Structure
  • House (Multi Residence)
  • Type
  • Modern
  • Year
  • 2014
  • This project page was created by community member Suzane Reatig Architecture

    Six contemporary units located in the edgy Belmont neighborhood of Charlotte, North Carolina are a fresh addition to the area’s landscape. The units shift to create landscaped courtyards, providing ample vegetation and light on the small site. Sloped standing seam metal roofs are highlighted by alternating western red cedar and ironspot brick facades. Punctuated by neon pink and yellow load load-bearing columns, the bright colors draw attention to spacious screened-in porches. Individual patios with wooden gates add private outdoor space for each unit. All units feature stainless steel appliances in addition to custom built-in storage and shelving. Tankless hot water heaters promote reduced energy consumption and multiple exposures provide an excess of light and air.

    Photo Courtesy of Suzane Reatig Architecture
    Photo Courtesy of Suzane Reatig Architecture

    Porch

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    Photo Courtesy of Suzane Reatig Architecture

    stairwell

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    kitchen

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    Posted By
    Suzane Reatig Architecture
    @suzanereatigarchitecture
    Suzane Reatig Architecture is a contemporary firm that seeks to inspire others through the clarity of our designs, the contextual and spatial simplicity of our formal resolution, the beauty of construction and our sensitivity to light and reflection. Projects range in scale from small renovations to the design and construction of large multi-family dwellings.
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