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Amanda Martocchio Architecture
When a world class sailing champion approached us to design a Newport home for his family, with lodging for his sailing crew, we set out to create a clean, light-filled modern home that would integrate with the natural surroundings of the waterfront property, and respect the character of the historic district. Our approach was to make the marine landscape an integral feature throughout the home. One hundred eighty degree views of the ocean from the top floors are the result of the pinwheel massing. The home is designed as an extension of the curvilinear approach to the property through the woods and reflects the gentle undulating waterline of the adjacent saltwater marsh. Floodplain regulations dictated that the primary occupied spaces be located significantly above grade; accordingly, we designed the first and second floors on a stone “plinth” above a walk-out basement with ample storage for sailing equipment. The curved stone base slopes to grade and houses the shallow entry stair, while the same stone clads the interior’s vertical core to the roof, along which the wood, glass and stainless steel stair ascends to the upper level. One critical programmatic requirement was enough sleeping space for the sailing crew, and informal party spaces for the end of race-day gatherings. The private master suite is situated on one side of the public central volume, giving the homeowners views of approaching visitors. A “bedroom bar,” designed to accommodate a full house of guests, emerges from the other side of the central volume, and serves as a backdrop for the infinity pool and the cove beyond. Also essential to the design process was ecological sensitivity and stewardship. The wetlands of the adjacent saltwater marsh were designed to be restored; an extensive geo-thermal heating and cooling system was implemented; low carbon footprint materials and permeable surfaces were used where possible. Native and non-invasive plant species were utilized in the landscape. The abundance of windows and glass railings maximize views of the landscape, and, in deference to the adjacent bird sanctuary, bird-friendly glazing was used throughout. Photo: Michael Moran/OTTO Photography
Description: Interior Design by Neal Stewart Designs ( http://nealstewartdesigns.com/). Architecture by Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro Architects ( http://www.shmarchitects.com/david-stocker-1/). Built by Coats Homes (www.coatshomes.com). Photography by Costa Christ Media ( https://www.costachrist.com/). Others who worked on this project: Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro
Collins DuPont Design Group
Interior Design by Sherri DuPont Photography by Lori Hamilton
LDa Architecture & Interiors
TEAM Architect: LDa Architecture & Interiors Interior Design: LDa Architecture & Interiors Builder: Denali Construction Landscape Architect: Michelle Crowley Landscape Architecture Photographer: Greg Premru Photography
The stair wall and stair case has been painted in Farrow and Ball Railings to hide children's sticky hand prints. A loo was created under the stairs as well as a small cupboard to maximise storage space to the right hand side and a full height, double coat cupboard to the left.
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
Mountain Peek is a custom residence located within the Yellowstone Club in Big Sky, Montana. The layout of the home was heavily influenced by the site. Instead of building up vertically the floor plan reaches out horizontally with slight elevations between different spaces. This allowed for beautiful views from every space and also gave us the ability to play with roof heights for each individual space. Natural stone and rustic wood are accented by steal beams and metal work throughout the home. (photos by Whitney Kamman)
Alexander Design Group, Inc.
Brock Johnson Building Services, Inc.
This basement needed to utilize every square foot of storage. These shaker style doors were built to hide the stored items under the stairs.
Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects
A sculptural walnut staircase anchors the living area on the opposite end, while a board-formed concrete wall with integrated American-walnut casework and paneling ties the composition together. (Photography by Matthew Millman)
CplusC Architectural Workshop
5,19,072 Staircase Design Ideas