The project which comes from Marc Even is known as Green Home & Tender and it’s one of floating home projects that the company designed. Before we get on with the description of the building from the architect, we would like to state that the kitchen is magnificent. It looks ordinary indeed but if you closely look that it’s very difficult to combine traditional country kitchen design with a modern one and Marc has done it brilliantly.
So here we are some description from the architect: “Both main and guest homes are built on state of the art concrete floats with concrete planters and built-in concrete accent walls. The balance of their homes were requested to be kept very simple, utilizing a mix of commercial/industrial with rough sawn reverse board and bat siding to give the home a country feel. The interior is very open with walls that do not go higher than 7? and floors made of re-claimed 1?x6? sanded and sealed Ship Lap Fir. The Stained Glu-Lam ceiling is at 9?-6? with spiral ducting, corrugated galvanized metal with wood accents on the perimeter, and mono-point lighting. The owners selected an Artesian Finish concrete product that is used on floors, walls, see through direct vent fireplace, and kitchen countertops. Other elements of the homes include: a glass tile shower in the master bath, upper lighting to accent the roof, a second deck galvanized rail with hot tub, and a private front courtyard with a storage shed, connecting the main home to the tender via a walkway.”