Stelle Architects of the World and His Great Work Dune Road Residence
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Stelle Architects are a lot of work on large projects is finally re-released his latest work is a great Dune Road Residence. Like the works of the former Stelle Architects Dune Road Residence also has a characteristic that is very thick with contemporary style. Dune Road Residence was built in three floors that directly overlook the classic sand. division of the concept of home is also very unique to each floor has a specific use that has been set since the beginning, the owner of the house have their own privacy on a floor, other floors are provided for guests and last floor used for living and dining room as well so that they can be assembled on one place at a meal has arrived.
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Bridgehampton-based studio Stelle Architects has sent us photos of the Dune House project. This two story contemporary home is located in Bridgehampton, New York, USA. Dune Road Residence by Stelle Architects: “This low-key two-story house is sited on a classic ocean front site. The original house, slated for demolition, was built into the dune before current coastal construction standards requiring a much higher elevation. The goal was to keep the existing scale and dynamics of the site and design a residence that reflected the footprint and spirit of the original home. Materials for the new house include Alaskan cedar shingle panels interspersed with glass sections. The home has three levels: one for the owners, one for their guests, and one for living and dining. A simple glass and shingle pavilion overlooks a negative edge pool while a path from the garage leads through a natural seaside landscape along the pool and up to the house. Solar control is achieved through the use of overhangs in the southern exposures. Extra thick walls allow for superior insulation, and a geothermal system is employed for cooling.”Cabana’s Drawings: Photos by: Francesca Giovanelli, Kay Wet stein von Westersheimb Source: Stelle Architects.
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