The client asked for a new screened in porch and mud room. I decided to minimize the roof structure and emphasize the detailing of the columns and headers. As I had envisioned the extra care put into the detailing of the header adds some nice shadow lines and gives the house extra bit of class. Construction of this project is in the care of SILKWORTH BUILD. (Mick Silkworth 734-780-1557)
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This is a house that I designed about a year ago for a couple who wanted a weekend retreat.
I designed this small lake cottage as a second home in Lyndon Township. It was a generous lot for a lake however there were a lot of trees we did not want to disturb. The footprint is the product of the site constraints.
I spent some time in the last few days working on the schematic design for the Green Road Addition. I put together a pretty simple schematic massing and then spent a bit of time in photoshop adding the entourage and lighting.
Around Christmas time I spent a few days working on a design entry for the POP X festival pavilion design. This was a great chance to flex some design muscles. For this journal entry I'm going to focus on my train of thought while laying out a set of drawings that are meant to explain how a concept could be constructed to create an experience.
Joslin Lake Cabin is a small cottage located on an old bible camp. The vernacular of the existing buildings is very simple and campy, Its like being in a Wes Anderson film. This new cottage will fit that look.