This coastal craftsman home by 2Scale Architects and interior design by Jacob Medina Designs replaces a home which received 4 feet of water from Hurricane Harvey. Like South Carolina’s Low Country, this home reconnects the interior spaces with the great outdoors with large covered porches & expansive walls of windows. To protect from the harsh summer sun, the home has 4-foot-wide roof overhangs with exposed rafter tails & custom stained braces. In combination, the home feels like a tree house, because the soft diffuse light of the large windows feels cool, calm & continually connects the homeowners to the treetops from the adjacent ravine. French antique doors leading to the wet bar give a sense of bespoke style to this side of the house. Tailored ceiling beams create a rhythm and definition of space without feeling heavy-handed. The natural hue of the doors & solid ceiling beams reinforces the pursuit of this house to blend the natural with the man made. When a home is this connected to its context, it feels like a home that will over the years be lovingly restored, lasting for generations.
- Special Order Decorative Cedar Brackets
- Handmade Clay Brick Entry Stairs
- Full Overlay CNC Machined Custom Cabinetry
- River White with Amethyst Granite and Soapstone Countertops
- Antique French doors