Herron Residence

To create a sense of arrival and spatial complexity on this large, flat lot, the main entry of this young family’s home is set back into a partially covered exterior court. This court is sheltered from the street by a detached two-story pavilion structure. The entry axis bisects the 4,500 square foot house into two halves that are connected by a large linear skylight. The southern half of the house contains the more formal elements of the program and the northern half contains the family-oriented spaces for the kitchen, media and game rooms. Both halves open to landscaped courtyards and a pool via large, pocketing, sliding doors that introduce an indoor/outdoor flexibility to the floor plan. All bedrooms are on the second floor. The freestanding pavilion at the front contains a first floor office—accessed through the entry court—and a second floor guest bedroom entered by crossing an exterior bridge from the main house.
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“We like this. Question: are flat roofs sensible in the low country.” — mosscreek107
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Pool
“I love the design” — yegan
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Kitchen
“Red stools” — Colette Reichert_Smith
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“Open walkway” — dandsabeln
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“Stairwell” — faststicks
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“Door way” — tsridher
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“Dreamhomesource.com plan DHSW68872” — csrp
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“Doors” — beam4000
Railings
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“Escada” — luciennec
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