Here is a recent cover shoot for Princeton Magazine. This brand new Hodge Road home is a bit of an outlier. A contemporary design situated in an old guard neighborhood in Princeton’s western section.
It has been called a modernist’s dream and it is just that. Straight lines and beautiful textures set off the owners’ art collection. A floor to ceiling wall of Italian ceramic tile, akin to the feel of aged copper, bisects the house and is an important visual element carrying the visitor from the inside to the outside and vice versa.
The “L” shape of the house is situated to catch the movement of the sun; adding a temporal sense of form and space to the home’s overall design.
Here is the cover story as it ran in Princeton Magazine:
I have added the Hodge Road project to my website as both an architecture gallery and as part of the Tear Sheet portfolio.
Architect: Wesley Wei. Contractor: Pinneo Construction.