The house in which want to live each.
Dark-stained cedar boards cover a range of blocks that are stepped and turned down the slope in a forest of Utah, forming the house of architect Chris price (Chris Price) and his family. Responding to the steeply-wooded area, the home is constructed from a series of cubic forms that fit within the thermal comfort on the hillside, connecting the stepped retaining walls to external boundaries.
From the point of view of the environment building, located at an altitude of 650 meters in an extremely snowy climate near Park City, made the Passiv Haus standards with a highly efficient thermal envelope and energy systems.
In social terms the premises are located so that the main public living spaces sandwiched vertically between the levels of private premises, using a stepped rhythm of forms as deck and interior space. This house is a tribute to the rational approach to design + build a more robust, modern forms.
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