This home was fabricated off site and set into place in modules, but that didn’t constrain the design aesthetic. Three different modules were set in place and a long sloped roof covering the stair and the upper Gallery were site built. The large window at the end of this Gallery allows light into the lower level and looks directly at Highlands Peak
A view of the home and the neighborhood. The site built roofs helped to break up the massing and make this home unique in its neighborhood.
The building envelope for this site was extremely small so the modules by necessity needed to be placed at an obtuse angle. The stairwell at the narrow end of the site brings light down to the lower level and brings a view of Highlands Peak into the Living room.
The initial Sketchup Model showing the three main modules to be built off site. The Stair/Hall, Entry, and deck off the Master Bedroom (not shown) were site built.
Materials were chosen for durability and ease of maintenance. Composite siding, fiberglass windows, asphalt shingles, and metal roofing.
A view of the stair window (left) and the entry (right)
The Kitchen module being set in place
The Kitchen was built as a module but with the help of the manufacturer we were able to use an angled footprint
The Kitchen module being craned onto the site. Note the cabinetry has already been installed
Getting the Kitchen module off the truck
The roof of the Stair continues over the upper level Gallery/Hall
The street elevation of the home. A small carport with a garage below the Master Bedroom and deck above (right side). On the left side of the house two bedrooms stack above the Living Room