WYATT CIRCLE // Landry and Landry Architects
This small house rests lightly on its pristine, wooded site - a hillside overlooking the rolling landscape near White Rock Lake in East Dallas. The entry gate reveals a house built in two separate parts that are angled away from one another to create an expansive deck reaching out into the woods, inviting you to experience a unique place of privacy and hospitality. Materials are key in stitching the house to the surrounding landscape, from the open nature of the sliding glass partitions that open the living space out to the landscape to the use of various species of wood throughout the home to give the space a warm and inviting feel. The materials further evolve from the public to the private spaces of the home by expressing the travels of the client, evident in the use of White Carrera Marble through the guest and master bath spaces.
ARCHITECT | Landry and Landry Architects
PROJECT DESIGN TEAM | Duane Landry, FAIA + Jane Landry, FAIA + Ellyn Amador
SQUARE FOOTAGE | 1,800 SF
COMPLETED | 2010
PHOTOGRAPHY CREDIT | Jane Landry, FAIA