Cameron Lane Addition

Cameron Lane Addition
  • 2-story Steel framed Hopes windows on West facing Facade
  • Main living area with interior view of Vitrine
  • Solid concrete column flanked by entry door to the left and Spanish Cedar Vitrine to the right
  • Modern joined to Traditional, Elegant landscape design featuring poured concrete risers and retaining walls
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Another project designed by award winning architect W.G. Clark and his Assistant Joshua Stastny. Built in 2006, the concrete block, steel framed glass addition contrasts sharply with this traditional stone house in Charlottesville. The Living area is the primary room, two stories tall, and is connected to the existing kitchen with a new Breakfast area. The 2nd floor Mezzanine Library is accessed by a half round stairwell shaft with full skylight above. With no interior wall partitions the spaces are defined by cabinets.

Gregg Bleam’s landscape design ties the existing traditional house to the new modern architecture of the addition by using traditional bluestone and modern concrete design elements.

Features Include:

  • Interior floors: oak
  • Interior walls and ceilings: drywall, Stuccoed cinderblock
  • Insulation: Sprayed open cell foam
  • Kitchen counters: poured concrete
  • Windows: Hopes steel frame, Vitrine by Gaston & Wyatt
  • Cabinetry: by Gaston & Wyatt
  • Metal railings and details: by Charles Yaeger
  • Insulation: Sprayed open cell foam
  • Exterior Walls: Stuccoed cinderblock
  • Roofing: EPDM
  • Landscape Design: by Greg Bleam featuring bluestone, poured concrete step risers, and retaining walls