Chesapeake House by KUBE Architecture in Washginton DC, USA
mission: Chesapeake HouseArchitects: vicinity: Washington DC, USAArea: 7,300 squareftPhotographs through:
have designed the Chesapeake house in NW Washington DC on a site this is steeply-sloped and surrounded via a uncooked forest. The residence become designed to be constructed correctly with a series of vertical volumes that are situated around the timber and down the slope of the site. The design additionally makes use of massive windows that expose the dining room in the direction of the road but also flood the interior with natural light.
This new house is positioned in NW Washington DC on a steeply-sloped and forested web site. The assignment is a speculative residence for a nearby developer, so it became designed to be built successfully. The composition is prepared as a chain of vertical volumes situated in the trees, and stepping down the sloped website.
the primary floor is tall, so the volumes seem to “glide” above the floor. A glassed-in nook eating room is featured from the road, at the same time as the living room and kitchen are situated in the direction of the rear of the residence, dealing with the forget of pool and rear yard. The garage is 2 tiers below the house, burrowed into the rear of the website, with its roof serving as a deck for the pool. The rear wall of the house is almost absolutely glass, with decks extending out from bedrooms to create “out of doors rooms” with views of the wooded web site beyond.