Lon Vancouver Lake in Washington, Hale Residence is designed by Ewing Architects with more than fifty sustainable processes and materials used. This house design then becomes visually explorative, complex, and also stimulating for everyone who sees it.
The client of this house wants to maintain the natural state of the site and design around the existing blackberry bushes and mature trees. This house sits on the lake’s high water line with a natural meadow while the floor plan plain stretches across the site so each room in this house can have a stunning view of the lake.
The parapet walled boxes are the exterior architectural form of this house that clad with cement rain screen panels. The house’s pitched roof shapes with large window and door systems and W.R.C. walls can provide transparency and also awesome views of the lake. This way also provides privacy from the approach side.
The entries from the weather and major windows of the house are protected by large pitched overhangs. There are more than fifty sustainable processes and materials used in this house design. The final result is an awesome house surrounded by a warm inviting environment that is casual but also sophisticated at the same time.
Hale Residence Gallery
Photography: Ewing Architects