Shingle Style

Shingle Style

case study:

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True Shingle Style Residence

House is oriented along a natural grade line to minimize disturbance to the site and trees. An east-west orientation provides optimal daylight. Energy efficiency achieved through geothermal heat pumps and spray foam insulation.

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Project Facts
 
Location: Winston-Salem, NC
Completed: 2012
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Credits
 
AOR: DMA Architecture
GC: Timberwolf Designs
Photography: Tim Buchman
 
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" It has been a pleasure to work with Craig on varied projects over 20 years. He is extremely creative. He has a keen sense for detail and is a pleasure to work with."

 

Homeowner

01.
Project Facts
 
Location: Winston-Salem, NC
Completed: 2012
02.
Credits
 
AOR: DMA Architecture
GC: Timberwolf Designs
Photography: Tim Buchman
 
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Details

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NATURAL SETTING

Ample windows provide stunning views of the beautifully landscaped site

Shingle Style
  Completed: 2012
  Foundation: Superior Walls
  Energy Savings: 37% Reduction
  Geothermal: (8) 400 ft Wells
  Indoor Comfort: 8 zones - 1˚ temperature differential

DEVELOPMENT

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Unfinished cedar shingles with dark green trim cover the exterior walls and roof. Earth tone colors soften the distinction between building and site. Abundant windows admit daylight to the interior and provide visual continuity from the interior to the exterior.

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FEATURES
Butler's Pantry
Elevator
Exercise Room
Extensive Porches
Geothermal HVAC
Low-E Glass
Mahogany Wood Trim
Outdoor Fireplace
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STRUCTURE
Wood Frame
Precast Chimney
Precast Foundations
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PRINCIPLES
Designed in the true shingle style popular during the late 19th and early 20th centuries

DETAILS

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The walls and roof are blue-label western red cedar shingles. Foundation walls and chimneys are clad with stone veneer.