Bridging the Gap: Unusually structured house merges the gap between contemporary and industrial design

Bridging the Gap: Unusually structured house merges the gap between contemporary and industrial design

24 March, 2015  |  Exterior, House Interior

This unusual house is located in the countryside of Virginia, USA and has industrial design elements and a bridge-like structure. It has stunning views of the nearby valley and has a light scattering of trees around its grounds. The unique structure and design of the house can be credited to the architects and designers at McInturff Architects who have made a original and interesting building from modern materials and geometric volumes. Its suspended construction gives it another dimension of design, while the striking contrast of red and black façades give it a industrial appearance. Inside, a similar style continues with contrasting black and white interior elements and more traditionally styled wooden furniture, such as the rather large dining table and chairs.

General contractor: Opitz Construction
Photography by: Julia Heine.

 

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