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Claremont House in Chicago by Brininstool + Lynch



Claremont House in Chicago by Brininstool + Lynch,

Claremont House in Chicago by Brininstool + Lynch

Claremont House in Chicago by Brininstool + Lynch

Claremont House in Chicago by Brininstool + Lynch

Claremont House in Chicago by Brininstool + Lynch

An island of stainless steel used for kitchen and dining room is the only object that was built on the first floor open space. Outdoor staircase from the kitchen to the yard is covered with perforated zinc panels are shaded light south to the page. Private space for a family of four is located on the third floor. Open stairs from the ladder enables the movement of air continuously, and the strategic placement of windows, stairs serves as a natural turbine to move the cool air from lower levels, and replace the warm air upstairs. Because many sites are long, this home is designed with a full width window wall on either side of the front and back of the house to maximize natural light penetration into the interior space, and also to create a stronger relationship between the living spaces and pages visually. From the green house and sustained a lot of features, the thermal mass of concrete at a lower level provides a natural cooling in hot weather, and distributed by the window to operate in accordance with the steps. A story of three separate floors millwork volume of the vertical circulation of the stairs and storage and equipment, neatly separating the functional performance of the open space. In cold weather, an open staircase from the steps of allowing the warm air generated by radiant floor system of the lower level to circulate to the top with the strategic placement of return-air channels. Traditional materials of brick, concrete, limestone, steel, and zinc are used to form a non-traditional houses in a lot on the north side of Chicago. The ground floor houses the living room and family room, and also framed by large glass sheets that brings out the page visually to the interior, flooding this area with the ambient natural light. Brininstool + Lynch has designed Claremont House is located in Chicago, Illinois. The house rejected the convention city by integrating further with the front page back through the visual transparency, in which sheets of glass is more than ten feet wide and fourteen feet open-end plan sixty-three feet long on the first floor. This area ignores a page, as well as green roofs garage.

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