Private Clients | Cleveland, OH | Under Construction
Perched above the Flats south of Scranton Peninsula these two homes were drawn to the sweeping views of the City, shaped by the diminutive dimensions of the newly configured parcels and organized by pedestrian and vehicular ingress. In one case the home is stretched for the entry to gain a visual connection to Lorain Road while the other depends on a clearly defined path from the street to a more secluded vestibule. A shared palette of poured in place concrete, steel, metal panel and lapped slate define a larger scale construct within the dense quarters and speak to the basic requirements necessary to utilze the volume of the site. These materials are then manipulated to strike a balance between visual porosity and structural presence.