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Reddish Residence in Park City, Utah

Contemporary Real Estate – Rural Home in USA design by Sparano + Mooney Architecture

Sep 9, 2018

Reddish Residence

Design: Sparano + Mooney Architecture

Location: Utah, USA

Reddish Residence

Reddish Residence in Park City Utah

Inspired by the petrified wood on site, a material that over time has transformed from wood into stone, this house also retains the memory of the past.

Reddish Residence in Park City Utah

The alchemic process is analogous to the transformation of this historic farmhouse into a contemporary residence for today.

Reddish Residence in Park City Utah

The original is evident in what emerges as new, and the wood structure becomes stone occupying the historic footprint of the former structure. The thick, textural stone walls grow from the site, the earth, and the past.

Reddish Residence in Park City Utah

This is contrasted with wood reclaimed from the house that is treated with the shou-sugi-ban process and reapplied, blackened and protected. The architectural form is a pure iconic domestic form.

Reddish Residence in Park City Utah

This architecture takes a contemporary approach to form. The house responds to the site by acting as a moderator between interior spaces and the landscape.

Reddish Residence in Park City Utah

Arcades, overhangs, courtyards and site walls articulate that relationship. An arcade marked by a gesture to the street bisects an entry courtyard.

Reddish Residence in Park City Utah

This path forms a strong entry sequence that welcomes and guides the visitor through a choreographed threshold and provides a series of expanding glimpses of the site.

Reddish Residence in Park City Utah

The design offers both ideal southern orientation and full access to the mountain and meadow views. Materials include metal and wood, referencing the silo structure and the farmhouse vernacular.

Reddish Residence in Park City Utah

Petrified wood on the site inspired us to think about how materials can change over time. The exterior combines stone, charred cedar and Corten steel that expresses time as it rusts.

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The owner’s previous 105 year old farmhouse, located on the site that included a small forest of spruce and cottonwood trees close to 80 years old, was beyond repair and had to be demolished.

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They couple was heartbroken, but decided to rebuild. Sparano + Mooney Architecture worked to design a home that fit into the site without disrupting the trees, as well as matched the feel of the old farmhouse.

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The home’s original materials were kept and recycled wherever possible. The home features a barn form and connects with an existing silo on the site, which is now a home office.

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Reddish Residence, Park City – Building Information

Project size: 4300 ft2
Site size: 2023 sqm
Completion date: 2015
Building levels: 2

Architect: Sparano + Mooney Architecture

Reddish Residence in Park City Utah

Photography: Scot Zimmerman

Reddish Residence in Park City, Utah images / information received 090918 from Sparano + Mooney Architecture

Location: Park City, Utah, USA

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