In a neighborhood filled with tree and old ornate houses the feels like a breath of fresh air. Designed by TWS & Partners this contemporary residence has been crafted using largely wood and concrete while sweeping glass windows and sliding glass walls connect it with the outdoors.
The balance between different structures is spot on with each bring its own uniqueness to the harmonious space. Natural light evenly illuminates the three different individual units that make up the house and the h-shaped overall plan allows for smart transitional zones and covered walkways outside.
The lowest level of the house clad in concrete contains the garage and shed with the first floor holding the social areas along with the bedrooms. It is the top floor that houses additional spaces and relaxation zones. The division of spaces is simple and complicated with each level being illuminated by natural light.
Walls in gray along with wooden cabinets and finishes that usher in an orangey glow give the contemporary home a charm of its own. An open plan living full of light and the courtyard outside becomes a part of the visual inside with flawless ease.
The pond does much more than being an aesthetic addition as it cools the house down during hot summer months with tropical plants and smart temperature management system doing the rest. Modern easy-to-maintain and subtly tropical this residence stands out from the crowd.
One wing of the house consists of the garage storage room and game room while the other contains the living area kitchen dining area and the master bedroom. The kids’ bedrooms are housed separately from the main bedroom section even while sweeping interiors bring in ample natural ventilation throughout the gorgeous home.
There is always a new world to explore between the old and the new. By blending in elements of two contrasting worlds the in northwest Fayetteville creates a fabulous new structure that is draped in wood and features an outdoor sitting zone that is brilliant and relaxing.
There are many things that inspire the design of a house. These often range from the view on offer outside vernacular design and historical context to choice of the homeowner and their many passions in life.