The Glenwood Residence by Wernerfield Architects

The Glenwood Residence was designed by Wernerfield Architects, Located in Dallas, Texas. This house has a modern and minimalist design, built with natural materials. This house has a central pool courtyard. The main lounge and bathroom all major open the page through a series of floor to the mahogany ceiling and sliding panels of glass that integrate seamlessly inside and outside.

Architect: Wernerfield
Location: Dallas, Texas

The Glenwood Residence by Wernerfield Architects:

“The 3,500 square foot Glenwood Residence is organized around a central pool courtyard, designed for social gatherings and as a central focus of the home. Generous mahogany and glass sliding panels open to seamlessly merge interior spaces to the Courtyard.

The plan responds to the natural topography and orientation of the site with a generous overhang at south porch. To be sensitive to neighbourhood context the two-story volume is pushed to the rear of the site to reduce scale at the street.

Environmental features include geothermal heating and cooling and a high-performance building envelope. The project exhibits a minimal material palette of wood and stone with rigorous and exacting detail.”



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Author: Maja Markovski

Maja Markovski

A 35-year-old female architect with a passion for innovative, sustainable design. I blend creativity and functionality to transform spaces into beautiful, practical environments.


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