From the architects “The Act II house was design for a couple whose children had grown and left home. The house is an exploration of both how to expand the spatial experience of the typical suburban building lot and of the dual nature of the “empty nester” life.
A two volume organization with the volume oriented perpendicular to one another and connected by a narrow L-shaped circulation element allows for parents and children to occupy the house both as a family and individually. The two volumes define two distinct outdoor spaces that are discovered by the cisitor after traveling down the long entry hall into the open living room dining kitchen space.”
For further detail visit Act II House – Bank Street House Houston by FDM Architects.
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