Oak Street Residence

Oak Street Residence

Architect
Rossington Architecture
Location
Mountain View, CA, USA
Project Year
2019
Category
Private Houses
Eric Rorer
Product Spec Sheet

ElementBrand
Windows, Cranks, Sliding Patio Doors - flush sillWestern Window Systems
wall outlet - wll outlet w/ check valves 27458003, thermostatic trim / diverter Ecostat S Thermostatic Trim w/ Volume Control 04231000, valve 1850181, Sink faucet metris s 31060001, soap dispenser e&s 04539800, Faucet 14872801, Air Gap 4214000Hansgrohe SE
Toilet 222509, dual flush push plate 115770, hardware 006500, toilet seat 006381Duravit
Sink LT5400G#01, LT542G#01, LT540G#01TOTO
In wall tank & carrier 111335Geberit
Humidity sensor switch, Bath / Laundry FansPanasonic

Product Spec Sheet
Windows, Cranks, Sliding Patio Doors - flush sill
wall outlet - wll outlet w/ check valves 27458003, thermostatic trim / diverter Ecostat S Thermostatic Trim w/ Volume Control 04231000, valve 1850181, Sink faucet metris s 31060001, soap dispenser e&s 04539800, Faucet 14872801, Air Gap 4214000
Toilet 222509, dual flush push plate 115770, hardware 006500, toilet seat 006381
by Duravit
Sink LT5400G#01, LT542G#01, LT540G#01
by TOTO
In wall tank & carrier 111335
by Geberit
Humidity sensor switch, Bath / Laundry Fans

Oak Street Residence

Rossington Architecture as Architects

This single-story homeisdesignedas a courtyard home, wrapping around a leaning Australian Tea Tree that holds a significant place in the owner’s heart. The kitchen, gallery-like hallway, master suite and small temple look out onto this courtyard which faces south and fills the entire home with light. The owner’s prodigious art collection informed the design of each space, with clerestories throughout helping define spaces and balance the natural light. A display wall at the entry creates a transition between inside and out and helps create a defined dining room within an open plan. This wall begins the procession down the spine of the house, the entirety of which has polished concrete floors.

 

Two small cottages were taken down to make room for the new home and old growth redwood boards from these original structures was carefully removed, sanded down and reused as accents throughout the new home. In-slab radiant heat and environmentally sensitive materials throughout complement the design aesthetic. The 2,500 square foot house with four bedrooms and 4½ baths was completed in 2019.

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