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Concrete, Steel + Site Visit Snapshots...

Posted on by Lauren Moss

Progress at our site in Huntington Harbour is moving along, and framing at this contemporary home is already transforming the waterfront property.

 columns at foundation

columns at foundation

A poured concrete site wall is the first major exterior design element to take shape at the street-facing facade. The L-shaped wall delineates the entry, framing both the garage and courtyard access, while establishing an architectural language that will eventually combine with glass, steel and stone to highlight the building’s dynamic massing.

 concrete forms / exterior entry wall

concrete forms / exterior entry wall

 concrete wall at entry + first floor framing

concrete wall at entry + first floor framing

At the main living space, steel framing members allow for the expansive openings that will open to the rear and connect the great room to the harbour and landscape just beyond.

 steel framing at cantilever/ great room

steel framing at cantilever/ great room

With upper level framing already underway as of this post, we’re looking forward to seeing further progress in the coming weeks at this beautiful waterfront site. In the meanwhile, revisit design and project information at previous posts at MYD blog.

 first floor framing / huntington harbour house

first floor framing / huntington harbour house

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