Dry Creek Pool House by Ro Rockett Design

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Program: Pool House and Landscape
Location: Geyserville, California, USA
Size: 300 sf



Architects: Ro Rockett Design

Team: Zac Rockett, Jason Ro, Matt Granelli

General Contractor: JMH John Hallengren
Structural Engineer: Bill Lynch Berkeley Structural Design
Civil Engineer: Kelder Engineering

Photography: © Adam Rouse



Anchored by an inventive reuse of local materials on a constrained lot in a beautiful Sonoma County landscape, this project started as a country retreat and evolved into a full-time residence.  The desired program added a pool, pool house, outdoor living area, gardens, bocce court and guest arrival with overflow parking.

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LOS ANGELES

1031 W. Manchster Blvd.,Unit 6 Inglewood, CA 90301

T: 213-784-0014

SAN FRANCISCO

1306 Bridgeway , Floor 2 Sausalito, CA 94965

T: 415-289-0830


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Shear House by Aidlin Darling Design

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Architects: Aidlin Darling Design
Architectural Metals: Chris French Metal, Inc
Photography: © Matthew Millman & Adam Rouse


 


Analogous to a well considered garment, the design for this house rigorously pursued aesthetic, structural, and performative considerations; like clothing, it modulates exposure of the body to the environment around it.

Situated on a hillside, this adaptive remodel demanded privacy while preserving views. The building’s envelope was reinvented as a tightly woven, partially operable skin that systematically loosens to reveal open living spaces and view beyond.
In addition to providing natural ventilation, the tectonic assembly enables the building itself to breath. Materiality, opacity, and pattern are all manipulated to enable specifically choreographed moments of interior porosity, culminating in outdoor living space.

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CONTACT

Aidlin Darling Design
500 Third Street, Suite 410
San Francisco, CA 94107

tel 415 974 5603
fax 415 974 0849

info@aidlindarlingdesign.com


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