Wittehaus

The Witte Home

A brick wall guides into this home, around which spaces and structure organize themselves. Large windows allow for light from and views into the secluded parts of a wooded lot, while narrow openings allow for privacy towards the street.
With a mere 1,710 sf this home is packed with 4 bedrooms and 2 baths while offering a spacious living by way of an open floorplan, large rooms, compact custom storage, and sight lines to the outside through large floor-to-ceiling windows.

Designed and built for Toby Witte's own family this house was a stepping stone into creating Wittehaus, the company.
You can find more about this house at: http://www.witteha.us
Project Year: 2017
Project Cost: $200,001 - $500,000
Country: United States
Zip Code: 28025
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Three simple geometric volumes intersect, creating spaces inside and out. A brick wall guides into and through the house.
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A graying cedar slated wall at the covered porch and narrow windows provide privacy to the street. Large floor-to ceiling windows to the side and South open up views to a tree filled property and allow sunlight in.
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The open staircase snuggles against the brick wall, around which the open floor plan of the first floor is laid out, creating distinct areas of use, niches, nooks, and crannies
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The open studio apartment layout allows for spaces to flow into each other while creating distinct areas. The custom TV stand is fashioned out of a discarded metal screen.
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Looking from the living room to the master bedroom through a set of barn door type frosted glass sliding panels.
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Three volumetric elements create the open kitchen. Simple lines and unified cabinet fronts add to the effort to integrate them into the whole first floor living space as furniture pieces. Appliances such as the dishwasher and hood are hidden behind door panels, while the stainless steel fridge and oven are combined with stainless door and drawer fronts of surrounding cabinets....More
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The master bedroom is seperated from the main living area only by a set of frosted glass sliding barn door panels. While they sequester privacy for sleep they allow the square feet, space, and views to be enjoyed during the day for a spacious living experience.
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The brick wall leads into the master bedroom area and tugs away the master bath. Wardrobe type closets offer an abundance of storage and closet space.
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Integrated built-in shelving in the staircase allow for easy access to shoes. Placed along the brick wall complete with a niche holding more shoes and a niche for coats the staircase turns into a functional yet stylish mudroom and grand entry combined.
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A simple niche with hooks and a puck light provide for place to hang coats at the entry of this home.
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A playful niche along a staircase holds cubicles with boxes of board games. The stair is turned into a library of pastime with the help of Ikea shelving boxes, LED lighting, a painted sheet of OSB, a steel handrail and a fun chandelier.
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This laundry room doubles as a jamb packed pantry and storage room. The walls' drywall covers full sheets of OSB to enable the strong solid attachment of hooks and shelving of any kind anywhere. Eough space is included to pile up laundry baskets to sort infront and to be hidden behind 8 foot doors at a moments notice. An ironing board, drying rack, broom, mop, vacum clearner, w...More
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To hold up the end of the shed roof protruding over the side terrace this steel bracket tries to precariously lift up the beam while slicing through the slated cedar wood wall.
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photo by Dusting Peck Photography
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