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Mad Park Residence

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The site for this home is a steep slope corner lot in a prestigious neighborhood. Existing site conditions include neighbors to the west and north, a busy arterial below, and a residential street to the east. Though the existing residence was demolished, the previous daylight basement level and existing retaining walls established the datum for the new house. via

The program required accommodating a family of six while serving as a platform for entertaining and displaying a growing collection of contemporary art. This dual need of accommodating family and art led to the concept of “served” and “service” zones as the organizational tool for the home’s design. Zoning of functions also permit art and children to live side by side, to be enriched by each other.