Residential Design

VOL.6 2018

A business-to-business magazine focused on the collaborative process and talented work of residential architects and custom homebuilders.

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is pared to the requested essentials, including white oak trim and woodwork, glulam timber framing, and board-formed concrete for the fireplace chimney. At the core of the great room is the "gray machine," supplied by Henrybuilt of Seattle. The cabinet system forms the kitchen and powder room, and provides closed storage for closet, pantry, utilities, and additional open shelving. The cab- inet material is unfussy laminate, edged with plywood. "It's beautifully built but not precious, and it takes all of the useful wear of the house in a very nice way," says Evan. Every material, however pragmatic, contributes a subtle layer of texture and pattern that conveys an overall impression of quality. Most striking are the exterior cedar screens that wrap the great room volume at each gabled end. At the front of the house, they inject an element of privacy and protection for a porch. On the lake side, which faces west, they shade the triple-glazed window wall from heat gain and glare. In the late afternoon, they filter that golden Hudson Valley light, gilding the living room in its warm glow. On the exterior of the house, the screens allow an edited but inviting view from the front of the great room through to the lake, where a bustling community of neighbors shares active summers and quiet winters. The bedroom volume shelters private family life. It con- tains a first-floor sitting room and master suite and two kids' bedrooms on the second floor. It's divided from the great room by a glass vestibule that also connects the front entry Clockwise from the top: A short walk from the main house, the guest quarters contain two bedrooms and a carport. The powder room in the great room's"gray machine." A simple, functional bedroom space. Clinton Corners Residence Clinton Corners, N.Y. ARCHITECT: Bill Aylor, AIA, project manager; Evan Morris, project architect; Joshua Leger, intern, Lake|Flato Archi- tects, San Antonio and Austin, Texas BUILDER: Jason Jones, Ingrained Wood- working, Rhinebeck, N.Y. INTERIOR DESIGNER: Emily Summers Design Associates, Dallas, Texas LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT: Susan Wisniewski Landscape, LLC, Beacon, N.Y. STRUCTURAL ENGINEER/PREFABRI- CATION CONTRACTOR: Bensonwood, Walpole, N.H. MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL/PLUMBING CONTRACTOR: Apex Engineering, Calvert City, Ky. SITE SIZE: 2 acres PROJECT SIZE: 4,400 square feet CONSTRUCTION COST: Withheld PHOTOGRAPHER: Chris Cooper KEY PRODUCTS: CLADDING: Western red cedar ROOFING: Standing seam metal WINDOWS: Marvin, Intus INSULATION/HOUSEWRAP/SHEATHING: Bensonwood SIP panel construction with Zip System CABINETRY: Henrybuilt HVAC: Mitsubishi ENERGY RECOVERY VENTILATOR: Zhender FIREPLACE: Isokern Magnum COOKING APPLIANCES: Wolf REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER: Sub-Zero FAUCETS: Watermark MASTER TUB: Victoria + Albert DECKING: Thermory STAINS: Valhalla LifeTime Wood Treatment 35 VOL. 6, 2018 RESIDENTIALDESIGNMAGA ZINE.COM

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