Grandin Residence

2012 Honorable Mention: Cincinnati CRANawards
2011 Honor Award: Cincinnati Design Awards + Cincinnati Magazine

The original layout of this existing house consisted of inwardly focused rooms, physically isolated from the exterior and from each other. The layout was not only programmatically dysfunctional, but inhibited the social nature of the family.

The remodel and addition in these photos sought to provide casual, light filled living with the ability to accommodate large gatherings. The single cohesive space is divided into four overlapping zones for living, working, cooking and eating. The architectural response employs a large covered porch to link the interior and exterior spaces while expanding the living areas. A series of large doors are utilized to emphasize both the visual and physical reconnection to the site.

(completed in 2010)
Others who worked on this project: Bench Made Woodworking
Grandin Residence
Ideabooks462
Questions0
2012 Honorable Mention: CRANawards 2011 Honor Award: Cincinnati Design Awards photography: Hal Barkan
“Floor plan” — tiffanydecker
Grandin Residence
Ideabooks292
Questions0
2012 Honorable Mention: CRANawards 2011 Honor Award: Cincinnati Design Awards photography: Hal Barkan
“concept of an oversized island and making it a focal point - incorporate some different materials &” — gelli
Grandin Residence
Ideabooks11,139
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2012 Honorable Mention: CRANawards 2011 Honor Award: Cincinnati Design Awards photography: Hal Barkan
“Noice” — microsquish
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