The Sleeve House By Actual / Office Has Shou Sugi Ban Inside And Out


The Sleeve House By Actual / Office Has Shou Sugi Ban Inside And Out | CONTEMPORIST

Architecture firm actual / office, have recently completed a new house covered in Shou Sugi Ban, that's located on an open and rolling hillside in a rural area of the Hudson Valley in New York State. #Architecture #ShouSugiBan #BlackSiding #ModernHouse
Photography by Michael Moran

Architecture firm actual / office, have recently completed a new house covered in Shou Sugi Ban (blackened wood), that’s located on an open and rolling hillside, in a rural area of the Hudson Valley in New York State.

Architecture firm actual / office, have recently completed a new house covered in Shou Sugi Ban, that's located on an open and rolling hillside in a rural area of the Hudson Valley in New York State. #Architecture #ShouSugiBan #BlackSiding #ModernHouse
Photography by Michael Moran

Inspired by barns and other farm buildings in the area, the architects designed the house as 2 elongated volumes – a smaller one sleeved into a larger – sitting on a cast-in-place concrete base.


Inspired by barns and other farm buildings in the area, the architects designed this modern house as 2 elongated volumes – a smaller one sleeved into a larger – sitting on a cast-in-place concrete base. #ModernHouse #ModernArchitecture #ShouSugiBan
Photography by Michael Moran

The architects worked with Delta Millworks to create the Shou Sugi Ban that’s used both on the both the exterior and interior of the house.


This modern house is covered in burnt wood siding called Shou Sugi Ban. #BlackSiding #ModernHouse #ModernArchitecture #ShouSugiBan
Photography by Michael Moran

Inside the house, which was designed as a weekend escape from the city, the Shou Sugi Ban siding continues and creates a strong contrast to the white walls and polished concrete flooring. In the kitchen, minimalist black cabinets and countertops compliment the other black details in the interior.


Inside this modern house, which was designed as a weekend escape from the city, the Shou Sugi Ban siding continues and creates a strong contrast to the white walls and polished concrete flooring. In the kitchen, minimalist black cabinets and countertops compliment the other black details in the interior. #ShouSugiBan #ModernHouseInterior #ConcreteFlooring #BlackKitchen
Photography by Michael Moran

Around the corner from the kitchen is the dining room. Continuing with the simple black and white color theme, the table is white with a black base to match the black chairs.


Continuing with the simple black and white color theme throughout this modern house, the dining room features a white dining table with a black base to match the black chairs and ceiling #ShouSugiBan #InteriorDesign #Windows #ModernDiningRoom
Photography by Michael Moran

Stepping down from the dining room is the living room. A pop of color has been added to the space in the form of a bright blue couch that looks out to the surrounding scenery through the large windows.


Stepping down from the dining room in this modern house is the living room. A pop of color has been added to the space in the form of a bright blue couch that looks out to the surrounding scenery through the large windows. #ModernLivingRoom #ConcreteFloor #ShouSugiBan #BlackCeiling #ModernHouse
Photography by Michael Moran

A black staircase leads up to the upper floor of the home, while windows provide plenty of natural light.


A black staircase leads up to the upper floor of this modern house, while windows provide plenty of natural light. #BlackStairs #ModernHouse #StairDesign
Photography by Michael Moran

Upstairs, elements of the blackened wood siding are used on the windows to create a cohesive appearance throughout the home.


Elements of the blackened wood siding have been used on the windows to create a continuous appearance throughout the home. #Windows #ModernHouse #ShouSugiBan
Photography by Michael Moran

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