1987; Castle Hayne, NC
Designing a house for one’s own family is an opportunity and a privilege, and affords an architect a chance to experiment spatially, aesthetically, materially, and affordably ($49/sf). So far, “The Winged Genius” (nicknamed by an architectural colleague), is my one attempt at doing this.
In spite of its relatively small area, “The Winged Genius” lives large. End to end, it is nearly 100’ long. On account of the open planning, one can see from end to end.