A well-worn, 1930's house in Glen Park will be rebuilt as a modern, open and airy home. The new house is an essay in section, eliding interior and exterior topographies along the upward slope of the property. Volumetric shifts across the terrain are marked by light-filled voids in the envelope. A textured, material narrative is woven throughout the building and site furthering continuity between inside and out.
Project Area: 1800 sf
Project Team: Kelli Franz, Omayya Kanafani, Edward Kopelson, David McMillin, Kristin Nakagawa
Landscape Design: SurfaceDesign, Inc.
Photography: Cesar Rubio
Remodeling Project of the Year, 2015
AIASF House Tour & Exhibition, 2013
"The Land of Facelifts." The Wall Street Journal. 5/16
Cary talks with Remodeling about Hill House, 2015. See video here.