This house was designed by award winning architect W.G. Clark and his Assistant Joshua Stastny. Mr. Clark, who is currently at UVA’s Architecture School, has won several national design competitions and 3 National Awards from the American Institute of Architects.
Built in 2005, the trademark concrete block, glass, and copper clad house is on a hillside overlooking the Rockfish River. The Living area is the primary room, two stories tall, and connected to the Dining area which has a frosted glass panel between it and the Kitchen. A Guest Room is also on the 1st floor. The 2nd floor has a master suite and office space with balconies overlooking the Living area. There are very few interior wall partitions but the spaces are defined by cabinet walls or glass panels.
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- Siding: 2 layers of cinderblock with insulated air space between, standing seam copper
- Roofing: EPDM
- Terraces and interior floors: Poured colored concrete, oak
- Windows: Hopes steel
- Metal Railings and Custom Metal features: by Charles Yaeger