Blending into the surrounding landscape and farmland in upstate New York, the CC01 House is a modern private residence with clear lines, formed by the dimensions of machinery are etched into the rolling hills from years of farming.
The house follows the landscape and topography both in plan and in section, the two volumes slide past one another as they follow the linear farming pattern.
Inside, the twenty-foot-long kitchen counter overlaps the two volumes at the ground floor, drawing together the working and living spaces.
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Inspiration from architect:
The programmatic spaces of the house are divided between two linear volumes, one wet and the other dry. The wet zone—consisting of bathrooms, kitchen, laundry, and utilities—occupies a long, thin volume, whereas the dry zone—consisting of the living and dining rooms, and bedrooms—exists in a wider volume that provides for more generous spaces.