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MASON HOUSE


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MASON HOUSE


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LOCATION:  OKLAHOMA CITY, OK

ROLE:  FULL ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES

COMPLETION DATE:  2016

The guiding design principal was to create a home that would optimize a small residential urban lot while maximizing the views of the Oklahoma City skyline.  the client wanted a modern house that would be compatible with the surrounding homes and not look out of place in either scale, materials or street presence.  

The home includes two stories of living space with a basement-level garage that is accessible via an alley entrance.  A roof deck caps the home and affords sweeping views of downtown. The client wanted a connection to outdoor living which was accomplished by pushing the home within five feet of the property line on the west and reserving nearly half the site for a linear outdoor living space complete with small lawn, outdoor kitchen, linear pool and hot tub.  The connection to the outdoors was further emphasized by the use of large windows that create a light-filled home during the day and a glowing lantern of a home during evening hours.  The entry sequence sets up the organization of the home:  visitors enter via a secure garden gate into a side yard.  There is no traditional door.  Visitors walk along the outdoor terrace to the living room's sliding door.

A central stair is topped with a light monitor so that the main circulation is a light, bright space. Stairs are open so that the light can get all the way to the first floor.  A study is located on the first floor, a guest bedroom on the second. The master bedroom and bath are located on the second floor. Views out to the downtown skyline are maximized on all southern elevations with a glass rail system (first floor garden, second floor bedroom balcony and roof deck). 




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SILO HOUSE


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SILO HOUSE


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LOCATION:  GARFIELD COUNTY, OK

ROLE:  FULL ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES

COMPLETION DATE:  2017

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The inspiration and planning for this prairie home began with the shells of the 100-year old silos located on this secluded site.  The clients wanted a modern living space with a traditional barn structure facing the street.  The first floor is dedicated to functionality - allowing enough space for farm equipment and tools.  The second floor has the sleeping spaces in the more enclosed, private area located toward the street frontage.  The open, modern living and dining space is located in the back with panoramic views of the vast prairies beyond.  The two silos are connected to the main house by an open-air gangway - one silo operates as guest rooms with kitchenette for the couples children and grandchildren while the other silo operates as a wine cellar and observation deck.  



 

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KHANNA RESIDENCE


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KHANNA RESIDENCE


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MURRAY STreet RESIDENCE


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MURRAY STreet RESIDENCE


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LOCATION:  NEW YORK, NY

TEAM:  ADG + SASSA DESIGN

ROLE:  INTERIOR DESIGN SERVICES

COMPLETION DATE:  TBD

SIZE:  3,200 SF

The loft conversion in Tribeca compliments the existing exposed dark brick ceiling with lighter, repurposed wood flooring.  The loft is designed as a living/gallery space where walls are designed to allow light to diffuse deep into the space.  After entering a long gallery space, one enters the main hub of the loft:  the kitchen and dining space.  The heart of the project, it is also the main activity space.  On the other side of the gallery, the living roof has direct exposure and daylight from the windows along the main street frontage.  Both bedrooms have their own bathrooms with a study off the master bedroom that heightens the sense of privacy.  A service zone with coat closet, half bath and storage/utility room is located along the eastern most wall.



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