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Franklin Lakes NJ Large Residence

This is a very large residence located in Franklin Lakes. This is a wonderful repeat client and was the 2nd house we designed for this client. The 1st house was also located in Franklin Lakes & was approximately 10,000SF. This house, the 2nd residence for the same family is approximately 25,000 SF .
Country: United States
Zip Code: 07417
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This is a photo of the front facade. When the house was 1st designed, the owners requested a 100% brick skin. After the frame was completed & sheathed, the owners requested a mixed facade of stucco, stone, precast material & brick.....Very challenging.
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This is a photo of the front facade. When the house was 1st designed, the owners requested a 100% brick skin. After the frame was completed & sheathed, the owners requested a mixed facade of stucco, stone, precast material & brick.....Very challenging. The driveway opening leading to the rear courtyard, is positioned directly over a subterranean tunnel linking the guest quarter...More
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This is a photo of the front facade. When the house was 1st designed, the owners requested a 100% brick skin. After the frame was completed & sheathed, the owners requested a mixed facade of stucco, stone, precast material & brick.....Very challenging. The driveway opening leading to the rear courtyard, is positioned directly over a subterranean tunnel linking the guest quarter...More
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This is a photo of the front facade. When the house was 1st designed, the owners requested a 100% brick skin. After the frame was completed & sheathed, the owners requested a mixed facade of stucco, stone, precast material & brick.....Very challenging. The driveway opening leading to the rear courtyard, is positioned directly over a subterranean tunnel linking the guest quarter...More
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This is a photo of the front facade. When the house was 1st designed, the owners requested a 100% brick skin. After the frame was completed & sheathed, the owners requested a mixed facade of stucco, stone, precast material & brick.....Very challenging. The driveway opening leading to the rear courtyard, is positioned directly over a subterranean tunnel linking the guest quarter...More
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This is the front view of a house located in Franklin Lakes.....the drive through porte cochere of the right side, has a linking tunnel linking the main house lower level with the guest quarters structure on the right....The lower level & 1st floor are guest quarters & the upper level is one of the main house bedrooms.
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This is a photo of the rear facade & yard.....The pool pavilion was under construction at the time this photo was taken. The larger dome off to the left is the master bedroom suits outdoor patio breakfast nook, which overlooks the pool, rear yard & has beautiful view of the lake. The less dominant pavilion dome was designed to allow clearstory natural lighting into the pavilion...More
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This is a photo of the rear facade & yard.....The pool pavilion was under construction at the time this photo was taken. The larger dome off to the left is the master bedroom suits outdoor patio breakfast nook, which overlooks the pool, rear yard & has beautiful view of the lake. The less dominant pavilion dome was designed to allow clearstory natural lighting into the pavilion...More
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This is a photo taken while standing on the pool pavilion roof during construction. We thought about expanding the master bedroom suites patio to run over the pavilion roof, but the owners didn't need that much patio space at that level. This photo is looking at the bedroom breakfast nook. The inside & outside of the dome is 100% copper clad.The deck at the master bedroom is al...More
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This is a detail of the archways which support this pool pavilion structure, located at the rear of the house. The owners requested a covered area, located adjacent to the pool & pool house bar area, as protection from the intense sun
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This photo was taken during end stage of construction. The center dome features 8 circular clear story windows, which brings natural light into the center of this gathering area. It was important to provide protection from the sun, but yet allow access to the pool & pool house unencumbered. Thus the wide entry. In addition the beautiful views to the rear yard couldn't be compro...More
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This is a partial view of the dome structure. The clearstory windows are visible as is the light tray and coffered ceilings.The interior surface of the dome is clad in seamed copper. All of the archways will feature drawn fabric curtains, which will be located in the center slot of each arch. At the time of the photo, the curtain were still in fabrication.
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This is a photo of the domes interior. The inside is clad in copper. There are eight circle clearstory windows.(fixed). The finishing of the inside of the dome was a long challenging effort, still underway. The light fixture was selected by Tom Trill. There concentric moldings are LED light trays, all providing a dramatic space during evening hours.
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This is a partial view of the dome structure. The clearstory windows are visible as is the light tray and coffered ceilings.The interior surface of the dome is clad in seamed copper. All of the archways will feature drawn fabric curtains, which will be located in the center slot of each arch. At the time of the photo, the curtain were still in fabrication.
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This is a photo taken of the pool pavilion. The center dome opening is seen in the middle of the pavilion. The superstructure of the pavilion is 100% stone. All of the archways were framed/shaped with flexible plywood. 100% of the finished material is man made plastic board.The columns are precast man made with corinthian caps matching the rest of the houses exterior. We had to...More
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This is a photo of the guest quarters roof which also houses a bedroom for the main house. The roofing is imitation slate.All of the stone is 3/4" veneer. We had the corner stones pre cut into "L" shapes so that it appears as if a full solid stone corner. All of the brick is reclaimed brick which was cut down to 3/4" thickness. The brick had to be be sealed because it is very p...More
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This is a photo of the connecting link between the rear yard garage apron & the access point to the rear yard & pool area. When passing through this magnificent portal the the space closes down but explodes into the unbelievable rear yard with the pool & brilliant daylight, once through the "tunnel". The inside of the tunnel is a barrell vault clad in the thin brick veneer matc...More
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This is a photo of the connecting link between the rear yard garage apron & the access point to the rear yard & pool area. This is a view on the inside of the "tunnel" When passing through this magnificent portal the the space closes down but explodes into the unbelievable rear yard with the pool & brilliant daylight, once through the "tunnel". The inside of the tunnel is a bar...More
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This is a photo of the pool house snack bar, immediately adjacent to the pool pavilion in the rear & the pool. The windows are removable sliding & stacking left & right, allowing for a completely open bar and views of the rear yard, pool area.
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This is a photo of the pool house snack bar, immediately adjacent to the pool pavilion in the rear & the pool. The windows are removable sliding & stacking left & right, allowing for a completely open bar and views of the rear yard, pool area. Above the snack bar is the master bedroom breakfast nook located under the high copper clad dome, all a part of the master bedroom suite...More
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This is a photo of the pool house snack bar, immediately adjacent to the pool pavilion in the rear & the pool. The windows are removable sliding & stacking left & right, allowing for a completely open bar and views of the rear yard, pool area. Above the snack bar is the master bedroom breakfast nook located under the high copper clad dome, all a part of the master bedroom suite...More
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The owners elected to refinish the architectural details in a very high profile finish. It looks fantastic.
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Our client just installed their christmas lights for the Christmas Holiday season.....This is the front of the house for the 2015 Holiday season.....
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This is a view of the front facade....the house was originally designed to be brick clad.....However, once construction started the owners wanted a different look.....Every single facet of each elevation required a separate study & redesign, as well as countless hours in color studies......it was worth it in the end.
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