M+A Architecture Studio
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A further exploration in small scale living, this project was designed with the explicit idea that quality is better than quantity, and further, that the best way to have a small footprint is to literally have a small footprint. The project takes advantage of its small size to allow the use of higher quality and more advanced construction systems and materials while maintaining on overall modest cost point. Extensive use of properly oriented glazing connects the interior spaces to the landscape and provides a peaceful, quiet, and fine living environment.
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Twilight exterior view
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Axo plan view
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Corner of living room and approach to entry deck
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Corner of living room and approach to entry deck with exterior main outdoor living patio to right
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Exterior axo view
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Side elevation
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Corner windows of living room
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View of kitchen to right, dining area to left, bathroom and laundry core behind concrete wall
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View of kitchen looking through window across courtyard to master suite
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A further exploration in small scale living, this project was designed with the explicit idea that quality is better than quantity, and further, that the best way to have a small footprint is to literally have a small footprint. The project takes advantage of its small size to allow the use of higher quality and more advanced construction systems and materials while maintainin...More
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small bathroom, orchids, glass shelves, tiger wood, concrete, concrete walls, RAM windows, Duravit toilets, Mockett, Okite, frosted glass, bathroom, wood wall, transom
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Library looking into master suite
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Cast in place concrete
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Master bedroom and garden courtyard
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bright bathroom, duravit, walnut wall, glass mosaic tile, robern medicine cabinets, marimekko alucobond concrete floor, hans groehe smedbo concrete wall, clerestory windows small bathroom, daylight
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View from sink area back to bathroom entry
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A further exploration in small scale living, this project was designed with the explicit idea that quality is better than quantity, and further, that the best way to have a small footprint is to literally have a small footprint. The project takes advantage of its small size to allow the use of higher quality and more advanced construction systems and materials while maintainin...More
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Front elevation
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A further exploration in small scale living, this project was designed with the explicit idea that quality is better than quantity, and further, that the best way to have a small footprint is to literally have a small footprint. The project takes advantage of its small size to allow the use of higher quality and more advanced construction systems and materials while maintainin...More
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Entry deck and courtyard
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Exterior view from gravel drive
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Entry deck and courtyard
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Exterior view from gravel drive
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