Looking at a former project, simple in design and development, we were tasked to develop the model into a functional retreat space, close-to-ready for build.
The site is situated overlooking Poor's Valley in Grainger County, Tennessee.
The development of the project was centered around the ideology of creating a small space with clear public and private interactions and transitions. The majority of the plan is transitional space, which offers the clarity of public and private.
Maintaining a pallet of natural wood tongue and groove specifications with natural-toned brick, and dark slate pavers, interacting with a saturated occupiable green roof, the project envelops a instinctive atmosphere.
Project partners: Ashlin Fox, Nathan Dutch
Fall 2018 | Fourth Year, Bachelor of Architecture | Professor Ted Shelton