The design approach is informed by three primary concepts: create a vernacular style architecture that provides a base ômassö, carve out a centralized open courtyard and insert an armature at the center of the courtyard that expresses itself on all fatades. The armature highlights entries, adds scale and visual interest and contrasts the more vernacular architecture. The armature, one of the six homes in the project, activates the courtyard from above. The project creates an environment for owners to have informal interaction starting with the strong, long east-west entry sequence, which connects the street to the central courtyard and access to the below-grade parking. The homes, each unique, are arranged along this communal walkway and courtyard in a manner that allows connection and privacy simultaneously.
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