Residential Design

VOL1 2019

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

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Having all that cabinetry means we don't have to store things in the basement or have a garage full of stuff." The unencumbered basement benefits from the site's topography, which allows for a family room completely above grade. An additional guest room with dedicated bathroom and a small reading area occupy the less commodious areas. David took the subterranean basement area of the site's previ- ous house to make a "hockey room," where kids can burn off steam without harm to finished spaces. Pattern Play Architects love reveals and, for the most part, builders loathe them. Wyatt and partner Ryan Howard definitely mustered some deep reserves of patience in executing David's fiber cement rainscreen cladding. "Those panels were the tough- est part of the job," Wyatt recalls. "But they're also the most impressive aspect of the house. Every reveal lines up with a window or door. I had done a small rainscreen before, but nothing of this size and complexity. It was a real learning experience." (David managed the concrete contractor himself to ensure equal precision for the foundation walls formed on a 3-foot module.) Overall, the architect, who is also LEED accredited, is very happy with how the cladding functions. Not only does it cope with Atlanta's countless days of rain, the air gap it creates keeps the house cooler during the hot months. Other green moves include placing the glazing to the east and north of the house, skylights daylighting the kitchen, living area, and stair Split Box House Atlanta ARCHITECT: Principal-in-charge David I. Goldschmidt, DiG Architects, Atlanta BUILDER: Wyatt Anderson and Ryan Howard, Post + Beam Builders, Atlanta INTERIOR DESIGNER: DiG Architects LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT: Core Landscape, Atlanta STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING: PEC Structural Engineering, Decatur, Ga. CIVIL ENGINEERING: Crescent View Engineering, Marietta, Ga. PROJECT SIZE: 4,878 square feet SITE SIZE: .77 acres PHOTOGRAPHY: Alexander Herring KEY PRODUCTS CLADDNG: American Fiber Cement, ipe COUNTERS: Caesarstone FAUCETS: Kohler, Axor, Aquabrass FLOORING: White oak COOKING APPLIANCES/DISHWASHER: Miele GARAGE DOORS: Custom, LiftMaster GREEN ROOF: LiveRoof, TPO HOME CONTROL: Savant HVAC: Ruud LAVS: Duravit LIGHTING: C Lighting, Satco LIGHTING CONTROL: Lutron MASTER TUB: BainUltra PAINTS/STAINS: Benjamin Moore, Sherwin- Williams, Messmer's, IdeaPaint Magnet White Board PASSAGE DOORS: EzyJamb REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER: Thermador SECURITY SYSTEM: Honeywell SKYLIGHTS: Velux THERMAL/MOISTURE BARRIERS: VaproShield Revealshield TOILETS: Duravit, Icera WASHER/DRYER: LG, GE WINDOWS/WINDOW WALL SYSTEMS/ ENTRY DOORS: Western Window Systems This page: The green roof eliminates streetside views of white TPO. An operable casement window allows access for maintenance. 38 RESIDENTIALDESIGNMAGA ZINE.COM VOL. 1, 2019 CASE STUDY

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