Tesseract House

Atlanta, Georgia
Landscape Design
Builder
  • Post and Beam Builders
Photographer
  • Galina Coada
Location
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • Structure
  • House (Single Residence)
  • Type
  • Modern
  • Year
  • 2017
  • Square Feet
  • 3000
  • Bedrooms
  • 3
  • Full Baths
  • 3
  • Partial Baths
  • 1
  • The main form of this home was inspired by the geometrical construct of the tesseract. What does a four-dimensional hypercube have to do with everyday living? Not much - but we thought it looked pretty interesting just kind of floating there.

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    Modern home with Kitchen, White Cabinet, Range, Undermount Sink, Medium Hardwood Floor, Ceramic Tile Backsplashe, and Range Hood. Custom floating  blackened steel hood designed by West Architecture Studio and fabricated by Luke Prestridge Photo  of Tesseract House

    Custom floating blackened steel hood designed by West Architecture Studio and fabricated by Luke Prestridge

    Modern home with Exterior, House, Wood Siding Material, Concrete Siding Material, Stucco Siding Material, and Stone Siding Material. Custom ashlar granite stone from local quarry, hand-troweled natural stucco, weathered oak siding from locally storm-felled trees Photo 2 of Tesseract House

    Custom ashlar granite stone from local quarry, hand-troweled natural stucco, weathered oak siding from locally storm-felled trees

    Modern home with Exterior, House, Wood Siding Material, Stucco Siding Material, and Stone Siding Material. All landscapes look better with big rocks. Nice work Brendan Butler Landscapes Photo 3 of Tesseract House

    All landscapes look better with big rocks. Nice work Brendan Butler Landscapes

    Modern home with Exterior, House, Wood Siding Material, Stucco Siding Material, Concrete Siding Material, and Stone Siding Material. Collaborative landscape design with cor-ten planters by West Architecture Studio and Brendan Butler Photo 4 of Tesseract House

    Collaborative landscape design with cor-ten planters by West Architecture Studio and Brendan Butler