Endemic Architecture



The Farmhouse manipulates familiar farmhouse elements, such as the front porch, chimney, and gambrel roof in an effort to shift expected formal, spatial, and contextual experiences or associations of a farmhouse. The project consists of two houses - a main house and a small guest house - along with a series of integrated barns and landscape elements, fostering animal, vegetal, and human interactions. The black, charred wood siding contrasts the winter white and summer green landscapes, using color contrast to heighten the qualities of the landscape and the architecture. This project was designed for a family in Plumb Creek Valley, near Sedalia, Colorado.   



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