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Altius Architecture

Bates Masi+ Architects

Carney Logan Burke Architects

David Vandervort Architects

Dowling Studios

Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture

Marmol Radziner

ZeroEnergy Design

Lindal Cedar Homes

The Lindal Architects Collaborative Design Portfolio

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© Copyright January 2013 Lindal Cedar Homes and the Lindal Architects Collaborative. Vol. #4_06/01/16. The architectural designs, drawings, and images in this book will give you new ideas about how your Lindal home will look. All of the designs, drawings and images belong to Lindal Cedar Homes, Inc. They are protected by copyright law, and you may use them only to design and construct a home using Lindal’s premium building materials. Any other use of the designs, drawings, photographs and images in this book, including without limitation the preparation of new plans based on Lindal’s plans, is strictly prohibited. Renderings and photographs may show premium upgrades available from Lindal. The scale of floorplans varies. Consult your local independent Lindal dealer for updates and pricing. All rights reserved. ii


Table of Contents Introduction

Altius Architecture

Bates Masi+ Architects

Carney Logan Burke Architects

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The Lindal Architects Collaborative


Introduction

Lindal Cedar Homes 37778 MA

For seven decades, Lindal Cedar Homes has built its legendary reputation for quality, environmental responsibility and personalized service, continually refining its products and fulfillment process to reflect contemporary client needs. With over 50,000 completed projects worldwide, Lindal’s experience, the refinement of its building system, and its expertise in site-based design and engineering have no peer.

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Every Lindal celebrates your site’s natural features, each home refined to act in harmony with the path of the sun, the topography, prevailing winds and existing vegetation. Green from the ground up, environmental responsibility adds value to every client’s Lindal home. Similarly, every Lindal is personalized to reflect and anticipate each client’s evolving lifestyle through a planning process that honors budget as highly as site. Given the complexity of today’s environment, this can only be accomplished through caring and informed local service, which Lindal’s international network of over 125

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The Lindal Building System Lindal’s venerable position as industry leader is due, in part, to a uniquely capable building system. The ability to genuinely customize for site and lifestyle; to design open, lofty, and flexible interiors; to further personalize and regionalize through scores of material options; and the ability to deliver efficiently worldwide require a building system that thinks and behaves outside the box. The Lindal pre-engineered post and beam building system, crafted of beautifully radiant sustainable wood and engineered wood products, is the product of innovation and continuous improvement. Well detailed and time-tested, it confidently carries the industry’s only Lifetime Structural Warranty. Resource and energy efficient, produced and constructed to minimize waste, the Lindal system earned the distinction of being designated the first Green Approved building system by the Home Innovation Research Labs, formerly known as the National

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Association of Homebuilders (NAHB) Research Center.

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The Lindal Building System


The Lindal Architects Collaborative Resource Efficiency by Design Our goal is to provide the most diverse portfolio of extraordinary modern designs; to personalize them for each client through the most resource-efficient process; and to provide the greatest value without sacrificing quality or the legendary warmth of the Lindal building system. The Lindal Architects Collaborative offers an array of benefits available nowhere else: The distinctive and striking architectural signatures of eight renowned architectural firms offering fresh and striking interpretations of the warm modern Lindal building system; A predictable and efficient planning process that enables genuine personalization of each design to celebrate and inspire each client’s lifestyle; Green from the ground up, each design is eco-sited to harmonize with the site’s natural features and climactic requirements;

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The personal and caring service of a local Lindal professional to help you navigate the planning, permitting, and construction process efficiently and enjoyably. The Lindal Architects Collaborative. Outstanding modern design, interpreted through a resourceefficient and proven building system to provide maximum value. Exclusively from Lindal Cedar Homes. Personalized exclusively for you. The Lindal Architects Collaborative Design Portfolio presents the work of architectural firms selected for their innovative design, their passion for natural

The peace of mind enabled by a well detailed and

materials, and their dedication to environmentally

time-tested building system, backed by the industry’s

responsible designs, created exclusively for

only Lifetime Structural Warranty and;

Lindal Cedar Homes.


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The Lindal Architects Collaborative


Lindal: The Preeminent Prefab

Seven Decades of Operation

An Accomplished Veteran in a Field of Upstarts Today, the term “prefab” is synonymous with better value.

Seven decades of continuous operation and over

The label is applied to a wide range of system-built kits

50,000 completed projects alone do not guarantee

and factory-built modular units.

the kind of legendary reputation that Lindal Cedar Homes has earned.

because they organize solutions efficiently, requiring less

A half-century before the term “prefab” was made

of the homeowners’ overcommitted personal time to plan

popular, Sir Walter Lindal founded his company with

and build, while also enhancing the predictability of the

the objective of providing consumers better homes

home’s eventual cost and quality.

in the bullish post-war economy. He developed a building system and designs that utilized warm and enduring materials efficiently through the repetitive use of components and assembly details. The efficient system-based approach reduced waste and labor, enabling the use of superior materials.

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Prefabs are the choice of many discerning consumers

Seven decades and dozens of patents later, Sir Walter’s post and beam system, continuously refined, maintains its position as the preeminent prefab. Recent distinctions include becoming the first system built home designated Green Approved by the Home Innovation Research Labs, formerly known as the National Association of

The natural materials of Sir Walter's post and

Homebuilders (NAHB) Research Center; the sole single

beam system provide flexible free-flowing interiors,

family home included in TIME magazine's Green Design

naturally lit by the ever-changing path of the sun,

100; the first custom home included in the Dwell Homes

welcomed through expansive walls of glass that

Collection, and a feature in Prefabulous + Almost Off the

frame the natural environment beyond. Better, more

Grid: Your Path to Building an Energy-Independent Home

joyful living environments.

by Sheri Koones.


Why Lindal? One of the most resounding validations of the Lindal system is the choice of celebrated North American architects to collaborate with Lindal Cedar Homes and our worldwide dealer network. Eight firms, engaged in an iterative process to create over thirty efficient and exuberant designs. Ask the architects why the Lindal building system and the Lindal Architects Collaborative attracted

is a core Lindal value and the foundation of

them to the world of prefab above all others. •

The opportunity to deliver cost effectively worldwide, using one of the most proven systems on the planet…

The efficiency of a refined kit of parts, employed in a disciplined design process controls cost and ensures quality…

The ability to marry each house to the land sustainability and energy efficiency…

The knowledge of a local Lindal expert and Certified Green Professional to facilitate the arduous planning and building process…

The Honor of Serving You Still there is no greater validation than the honor

The Lindal system consists only of quality

of serving discerning Lindal clients worldwide and

materials not available locally. The location

providing them with architectural excellence, packaged

of their production facilities near the sources

in the home of a lifetime and delivered through a

of the legendary Lindal Western Red Cedar

resource efficient and pleasant Lindal Experience. We

components…

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The Preeminent Prefab


Altius Architecture

About Altius Architecture

“It is rare for architects to have the opportunity to contribute their own designs to something that will be larger than the individual parts.”

We sought our first Canadian Lindal Architects

Trevor McIvor, Partner

Collaborative firm by heading north to the land of 500,000 lakes, Ontario, where Altius Architecture’s reputation is far greater than its fourteen years. While Altius’ work is primarily residential, within that they have carved a niche referred to as “cottages:” open, casual residences bathed in sunlight that capture views and breezes and are crafted of natural materials. Rising from their stone bases with bold forms cantilevered into space, the architecture reflects the rugged and craggy natural environment.

The images shown on these two pages are of the architects' prior work that inspired their Lindal designs.

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The Altius Lindals Utilizing the enduring Lindal building system to do what they do best, Altius created bold and informal designs that speak to their lake cottage heritage. An assembly of distinct forms, each with its own unique window pattern and sizes, is reminiscent of the lake cottages that grew organically from generation to

As thoughtful is the organization of space: living rooms

generation. Altius’ signature black and natural wood

that really serve as quiet ante rooms to master bedrooms,

tone exterior combination enables the house to recede

communal areas that acknowledge the kitchen island

inconspicuously into the natural environment. Generous

as altar and include large dining areas as the primary

roof extensions create covered outdoor living areas that

location for seating and socializing.

can be enjoyed even in inclement weather.

A passion for energy efficiency and sustainable design is

The bold interiors are relaxed and informal. Small

evident in all of Altius’ work, due in part to the fact that

changes in floor levels transform large open spaces into

remote cottages may have no electricity and must be

intimate living zones. There is not a trace of formality in

self-sufficient.

these inspiring designs.


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Altius Architecture | Toronto, Ontario


Plan Name

Altius 2540

Total Area

2536 sq. ft.

Main Floor

1733 sq. ft.

Lower Floor

803 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

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Main Level

Footprint

82' x 37'

Altius 2540 Ideally suited for a side sloping site, this tri-level design is loaded with personality. The entry level is devoted entirely to cooking and eating, socializing around the oversized island, and lingering at the dining table in front of the roaring fire. An exterior wall of glass slides out of view to seamlessly extend this level out to a large covered living area for year round use. Up a half level is the owners’ domain, which contains the home's living room, positioned here for every day use-morning, noon, and night-by the adult members of the family. The lowest level, with direct access to the yard, contains secondary bedrooms and a gathering space for children or guests. 10

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Plan Name

Altius 2615

Total Area

2612 sq. ft.

Main Floor

1587 sq. ft.

Upper Floor

1025 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

4

Bathrooms

2.5

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Main Level

Footprint

46' x 56'

Altius 2615 Designed for a relatively flat site with killer views, the main level features a large L-shaped view-capturing open area used for leisurely living or entertaining. Each area provides direct access to either the large screened porch or open-air patio or decks. While the master suite completes the ground level, the upper level is accessed through a staircase that winds around a fireplace mass and overlooks the second story of the living room below. Three secondary bedrooms and a pair of baths enjoy the best views from an expansive roof deck. The compact footprint bespeaks energy efficiency and makes the design ideal for smaller or challenging sites. 12

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Plan Name

Altius 2740

Total Area

2740 sq. ft.

Main Floor

1458 sq. ft.

Lower Floor

1282 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

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Footprint

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Altius 2740 This hillside home will accomodate a large family or a house full of weekend guests with up to five spacious bedrooms on two levels. The entry level is primarily a large wrap-around gathering and entertaining area. The dining room, kitchen and sitting area each have at least two exposures. The low slope monopitch roof over the communal areas extends its ascent outside the living room to create a large covered outdoor deck that can be enclosed as a screened porch. The master suite is on the entry level as well. On the lower level, built into the sloping terrain, secondary bedrooms, baths, and gathering area have direct access to the outside and with the inclusion of a small kitchenette, this level could function as a separate and complete dwelling unit. 14

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Bates Masi+ Architects “Bates Masi and Lindal Cedar Homes share a spirit of innovation and decades of experience in bringing new ideas to reality.” Paul Masi, Principal

The Bates Masi+ Lindals Bates Masi has created bold modern barns with the warm and enduring Lindal building system. Reminiscent of the weathered barns that dot the Northeast countryside, the home is a singular form with no extensions. Like a cherished object, the home is showcased on a simple wooden pedestal deck. While

About Bates Masi+ Architects Bates Masi’s reputation for innovative architecture goes well beyond their roots in the design-savvy Hamptons.

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from over a hundred years of exposure to the elements. The shingle siding is peeled away to expose the skeletal structure and windows, admitting light to the interior.

Selected as one of only nine firms worldwide showcased

Inside, the nostalgic metaphor continues. A single

in Record Houses 2012, Bates Masi’s modern

volume, walls and ceiling lined with cedar, the fully

reinterpretation of enduring and nostalgic forms of the

exposed post and beam structure rises from the floor

region, brilliantly juxtaposing rugged natural and more

to the ridge of the roof. The ridge is expressed with a

polished manufactured materials is widely recognized

narrow skylight that runs its entire length, welcoming

and appreciated.

sunlight and moonlight patterns, ever-changing day to

On the exterior, Bates Masi’s work is often singular in

The images shown on these two pages are of the architects' prior work that inspired their Lindal designs.

elegantly simple, the roof “leans” asymmetrically, as if

day and season to season.

form and object-like. On the interior, the interplay of

Private spaces - bedrooms and bathrooms - are

ever-changing filtered light, transparency to the exterior

expressed in fully enclosed modules that punctuate

landscape contrasted with sheltered enclosure, and the

the lofty interior casting shadows and create loft-like

playful interplay of open and private space create lively

retreats and varied ceiling heights within the structure's

living environments.

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Bates Masi+ Architects | Sag Harbor, New York


Plan Name

Bates Masi 2350

Total Area

2346 sq. ft.

Main Floor

1654 sq. ft.

Upper Floor

692 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

3

Bathrooms

2.5

Master Bedroom

Main Level

Footprint

61' x 44'

Bates Masi 2350 Recessed into the barn-like volume, the covered entry porch opens into a dramatic and exciting volume with sight lines through the entire house to views framed by the expansive wall of glass on the far wall. The entry level features relaxing and eating areas rising the full height of the building, while the kitchen is a practical single volume formed by a second floor module. The entry level also includes a bedroom or den with ensuite bathroom. The upper level bedroom modules are connected by a “floating� walkway, open to entry and living areas below. Two other Bates Masi designs, one of 2000 square feet, and another of 4000 square feet have been created in this same theme. 18


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Carney Logan Burke Architects

About Carney Logan Burke For over 20 years, Carney Logan Burke has been selected by clients from every region of the United States and Canada and a host of international locations to design comfortable year-round retreats that have deep roots in the region’s architectural heritage.

The CLB Lindals Carney Logan Burke’s approach to personalization and site-based design is brilliantly simple. We show three CLB

mining camps are simply clad with wide and rustic

Lindals, each with a lofty communal pavilion which, when

vertical cedar siding and punctuated with deep metal-

used singly, is extended by adding the master suite on

clad bump-outs that provide added depth at critical

one end. Secondary bedrooms and living spaces may be

interior locations. Pitched metal roofs shed snow. Deep

located below and above, or in attached bedroom pavilions

overhangs, covered decks and porches extend interior

linked to the main building, depending on the site's

living space and protect the buildings and those who

natural topography, creating a seemingly infinite number of

enjoy them from the harsh elements. Exposed rafter

configurations and overall home sizes.

and maintain human scale.

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Eric Logan, Principal

Pavilion forms reminiscent of nineteenth century

tails and girders or metal tie rods articulate the structure

The images shown on these two pages are of the architects' prior work that inspired their Lindal designs.

“Our participation in the Lindal Architects Collaborative provides Carney Logan Burke Architects with the opportunity to reach a broader audience interested in high quality design.”

On the interior, the CLB Lindals offer two options for supporting the open communal spaces. The Base

Carney Logan Burke has developed a design vocabulary

Specification utilizes double girders that support the

that creates inviting and relaxed living environments.

centerline beam every ten feet. The Architects Specification

But don’t let the casual comfort fool you. The crisp

utilizes an assembly of “floating” roof rafters, held away

architecture and detailing is highly disciplined,

from the roof, joined at the bottom by steel collar ties,

purposeful and downright extraordinary.

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Carney Logan Burke Architects | Jackson, Wyoming


Plan Name

Carney Logan Burke 3025

Total Area

3024 sq. ft.

Main Floor

2042 sq. ft.

Upper Floor

982 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

3

Bathrooms

3.5

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Main Level

Footprint

104' x 33'

Carney Logan Burke 3025 The most compact of the CLB series, this design is best-suited for a relatively flat site. The full-volume communal areas share the entry level with the master suite on either end. Two secondary bedrooms and bathrooms are located in an upper level above the master suite. The interior rendering shown above features the Base Specification roof design, which can be used on any of the CLB Lindals. 22

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Plan Name

Carney Logan Burke 3265

Total Area

3264 sq. ft.

Main Floor

2001 sq. ft.

Lower Floor

1263 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

3

Bathrooms

3.5

Master Bedroom

Main Lovel

Footprint

104' x 33'

Carney Logan Burke 3265 This efficient single volume design, ideal for a sloping site, contains the communal center of the CLB Lindal series with the open structural work. The master suite has been added to the entry level along with a large covered deck extension for year round use. The secondary living spaces below create a walkout lower level. Note, for example, that the lower level in this design could also be added to the CLB 3330 for a larger three level home on a sloping site. The interior rendering features the Architect Specification roof design. The alternative rendering shown on page 28 features the Base Specification design. Either roof specification can be selected for the Lindal CLB designs.

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Carney Logan Burke 3330

Total Area

3327 sq. ft.

Main Floor

2031 sq. ft.

Other Floor

1296 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

4

Bathrooms

4.5

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Main level

Footprint

104' x 74'

Carney Logan Burke 3330 By connecting a second single-level volume to the CLB 3025 with a flat roofed link, this design encloses outdoor space and provides a second and different view orientation than the single volume houses. Ideally, as shown for a flat site, either volume could also have a walk-out lower level on a sloping portion of a building site to create an even larger residence. Two privately zoned master suites make this design particularly appealing for visiting families. The bottom rendering shown here is the Carney Logan Burke 3330 reconfigured with two 2-story volumes on a sloping site and enclosing over 4000 square feet of living space. 26

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David Vandervort Architects “Due to our shared Northwest roots, we are excited to collaborate with Lindal on new healthy and creative environments that address how people live today.� David Vandervort, Principal

About Vandervort Architects David Vandervort founded his firm in 1994 with his passion for environmental responsibility as its very backbone well before other firms heard the calling. Since then, Vandervort and his colleagues' work presents a synthesis of modern Northwest design, built using high quality sustainable material and environmentally

beautiful and rugged sites on the planet requires both innovation and respect. David Vandervort Architects' modern interpretations of traditional forms are bold while still approachable, human in scale, and always infused with a distinct Northwest flavor. Vandervort's Lindals are striking cottages linked with

consumption, while celebrating the natural environments

transparent glass connectors; traditional gabled treasures

their projects enjoy.

with bold flat-roofed dormers; graceful hip roofs with

every Vandervort design. The exteriors and interiors are at once playful and efficient, living environments in

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Designing homes for some of the most breathtakingly

sound techniques to reduce material, energy and water

This combination of passion and talent is evident in

The images shown on these two pages are of the architects' prior work that inspired their Lindal designs.

The Vandervort Lindals

striking glass roof monitors; and asymmetrical A-frames with soaring rectangles of glass that admit views and pierce the sky.

which the natural landscape beyond is ever-present and

Vandervort boldly transforms the familiar with a passion

brilliantly showcased. The firm’s recent completion of

for efficiency: designing homes into hillsides, building

a ten-unit townhouse project near Seattle, designed to

living space into roof forms; and wrapping walls and roof

meet an annualized zero energy benchmark, is an apt

into a continuous surface of maintenance-free steel the

demonstration of their best practices in green design.

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David Vandervort Architects | Seattle, Washington


Plan Name

Vandervort 2270

Total Area

2275 sq. ft.

Main Floor

1281 sq. ft.

Upper Floor

178 sq. ft.

Lower Floor

816 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

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Main Level

Footprint

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Vandervort 2270 A simple farmhouse form, but so much more. Multiple flat roofed dormers flood the living space with ever-changing patterns of light. A dramatic floorto-ceiling dormer opens the length of the main level to the view. The master suite and large open communal area are on the main level. A loft above the master bedroom provides a private retreat overlooking the living area below. Secondary bedrooms and common space are on the lower level, tucked efficiently into the side of a hillside. Rugged timber trusses on the interior and free standing log posts on the interior and exterior provide a warm Northwest flavor in contrast to the modern steel-wrapped roof and walls. 32

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Plan Name

Vandervort 2400

Total Area

2395 sq. ft.

Main Floor

1622 sq. ft.

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773 sq. ft.

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Main Level

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Vandervort 2400 A wonderfully modern interpretation of a classic A-frame design creates a strikingly asymmetrical form. A thirty-foot long walk-in dormer frames the primary view, while triangular shaped windows wrap the corner and open the fireplace wall to the view dramatically. Freestanding peeled log posts and laminated beams and girders and cedar ceilings on one side of the roof emphasize the asymetrical A-frame volume and add a radiant warmth to the interior. Two wings, joined by a flat roof-covered patio, the open breezeway connector to the garage and the rooftop dormers, all contribute to the inviting, human- scaled, cottage-like approach. 36

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Plan Name

Vandervort 2970

Total Area

2969 sq. ft.

Main Floor

1908 sq. ft.

Lower Floor

1061 sq. ft.

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Main Level

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Vandervort 2970 This beautifully gracious design is actually two ground-hugging hip roofed “huts,� capped with light monitors that welcome ever-changing daylight into interior portions of the home and give both the living room and master bedroom sleeping areas unique senses of place within their open volumes. The open communal wing is organized under one hip roof and enjoys views to the front and rear and into the open glass roofed terrace that serves the living room and private master bedroom wing. The optional glass canopied entry stoop opens into a transparent gallery that also shares the terrace court and the views beyond. Ideally suited for sloping sites, the secondary living areas are nestled into a hillside for efficiency and to retain the low profile of the design. 38

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Dowling Studios “The Lindal Architects Collaborative offers the best of all worlds - high design, economical and efficient construction, and even customization. Economical and efficient should not translate to uninteresting. Lindal has taken on that challenge with extraordinary focus and expertise. This has to be the way of the future and we want to be part of it.� Julie and Leslie Dowling, Principals

About Dowling Studios Twin sisters Julie and Leslie Dowling may manage their virtual practice from opposite coasts, but their careers have been collaborative from the start. First as designers at the Office of Michael Graves in Princeton, New Jersey and then with Juan Navarro Baldeweg in Madrid,

enabled by thoughtful organization, circulation, zoning,

Spain they honed a highly unusual talent: creating bold

and ample storage. Their concept of warm modern is

modern boxes that filter light while at the same time

further proven in stunning family and weekend retreats

are thoughtfully programmed to comfortably house and

they’ve designed for clients.

enrich all of the activities and objects of daily family living.

Top image shown above and on page 43 are of the architects' prior work that inspired their Lindal designs.

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The work of Dowling Studios has appeared on the cover

As modernists and mothers of young children, the

of Dwell (November, 2012) and has been featured in

Dowlings have demonstrated that crisp interiors, iconic

Metropolitan Home, Estates West, Western Interiors and

furnishings, and an absence of the superfluous are

Design, California Homes, and San Francisco.


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Dowling Studios | San Francisco, California | Princeton, New Jersey


Plan Name

Dowling 2230

Total Area

2230 sq. ft.

Main Floor

2230 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

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Main Level

Footprint

82' x 44'

This design can be built with an extended formal entry or over a large walkout lower level for hillside sites, both options are preplanned for total compatibility with the spirit of the original design.

Dowling 2230 The disciplined symmetry and the interplay of solids and voids exude strength in the Dowling 2230 design. Private interior spaces are organized symmetrically around a large central living area that enjoys clear views of the front and rear landscapes. The Lindal post and beam structure enables deep overhangs for shade and protection from the elements. A dual master suite, divided into distinct sleeping and lounging or working spaces can be opened into one large domain. Two additional bedrooms with ensuite baths on the opposite end are ideal for family or guest retreats. Large lift and slide doors open each space to the natural environment beyond and are positioned to maintain privacy for all.

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entry kitchen 10x19 dining area 11x26 living area 14x26 optional gas fireplace master suite 16x13 master bathroom den / home office 16x13 bedroom 11x13 bathroom powder room laundry / mud room mechanical linens / storage optional patio optional lap pool storage 6x16 carport 20x16

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Plan Name

Dowling 3720

Total Area

3713 sq. ft.

Main Floor

2273 sq. ft.

Lower Floor

1440 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

5

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3.5

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Upper Level

Footprint

80' x 66'

Dowling 3720 This bold two-story design offers many options for living and changing lifestyles. Consider it at first as a six-bedroom beach house for families to gather and relax. The main living area is open to the view with access to the exterior from two sides. The Lindal roof and beams extend the living areas on both the front and back elevations and provide shade from the summer sun. Six bedrooms, perhaps. The two ground floor spaces in the two story wing are ideal for den and office or first floor sleeping and lounging for those who prefer one level living The upper level bedrooms may be used as two master suites for those two families sharing ownership or four generous bedrooms which enjoy access to the roof deck above the first floor living area. A carport with outside storage may easily be converted to a garage.

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Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture “Working with the Lindal building system convinced us that it indeed is possible to achieve great design at comparatively lower cost, still enabling careful personalization and without sacrificing quality.” Victor Sidy, Dean

About Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture Frank Lloyd Wright is America's most revered architect.

Today 100,000 visitors experience Taliesin West each

His body of work, from utilitarian Usonian houses to

year. For many of us it is eye-opening to experience

his homage to nature, Fallingwater, that nearly rivals

Wright's enormous ideas through encountering his

nature itself… from the iconic Guggenheim Museum in

architecture firsthand.

New York to an unrealized design for the world's tallest

is accented by changes in ceiling height, changes in

The Taliesin Lindals

direction and natural lighting and views revealed slowly.

It was an obvious choice, but no less an honor, for the

extensions to indoor living space in summer and

Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture to become

welcome the soothing warmth into the deepest interior

the first participant in Lindal’s Collaborative. Each house

spaces in winter. Through ventilation welcomes nature

One of Wright’s most important legacies is Taliesin West,

has been designed by a faculty member and a mentored

as an active participant in the open communal spaces.

where the Wisconsin native tamed Arizona’s Sonoran

graduate student. Each represents its own unique view

The rigorous exploration of a building system as a major

Desert and with his first students built the Frank Lloyd

of cohabitating with nature and to life and learning at

organizational element of daily life, you will discover all of

Wright School of Architecture 75 years ago.

Taliesin West.

these in the Taliesin Lindals.

building, never fail to challenge our perception of the built form’s impact on the experience of daily life. And in the challenge, we learn to experience the environment with new eyes.

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The processional discovery of the built environment

The control of sunlight to create comfortable outdoor


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Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture Scottsdale, Arizona | Spring Green, Wisconsin


Plan Name

Taliesin 2050

Total Area

1990 sq. ft.

Main Floor

1340 sq. ft.

Upper Floor

650 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

3

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2.5

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Main Level

Footprint

73' x 54'

Taliesin 2050 A modern interpretation of a popular early 20th Century American Four-Square home, this design contains four living spaces on the ground floor. In this design, the front and rear rooms are slid past each other to create sheltered corners, one forming the front entry, the other a large terrace. In both areas beam extensions serve as structure for sunshading. In the Taliesin 2050, two story living aeas provide full views of the rear yard. The master suite on the front of the home maintains its privacy by placing transom windows high on the walls. To accommodate different solar orientations on different building sites, the modern overhang/sunscreen combination will be designed specifically to shelter windows on the south and west elevations. 52

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Plan Name

Taliesin 2060

Total Area

2060 sq. ft.

Main Floor

1334 sq. ft.

Other Floor

726 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

3

Bathrooms

2.5

Master Bedroom

Main Level

Footprint

76’ x 52’

Taliesin 2060 Another variation on the traditional Four Square, the Taliesin 2060 is for sites with minimal views and a need for privacy. The “front room’ or living room, overlooks the front yard and street while the master bedroom faces the rear yard. A full wall of glass doors offers views and access to the patio and yard. The upper level bedrooms are accessed by an open ladder staircase and through a sitting area/study that overlooks the two-story living room and share its volume, daylight, and views. This design features an open carport that can be converted to a garage. 56

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Plan Name

Taliesin 2400

Total Area

2402 sq. ft.

Main Floor

1737 sq. ft.

Lower Floor

665 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

3

Bathrooms

2.5

Master Bedroom

Main Level

Footprint

91' x 64'

Taliesin 2400 The most important space in this design isn’t in the house. An ideal solution where privacy from the street or neighboring houses is an important criterion, the L-shaped design creates an enclosed yard, which is enjoyed from every room on the entry level. With such focus, the house creates its own view of landscaping, a water element, outdoor lounging and dining area. The home's front entry is located here, accessed through a covered gateway, further underscoring the importance of this outdoor space. The rambling main level offers three distinct zones of living. The central communal zone flows freely to the outdoor space and transitions into the master suite on one side and, on the other, a homework zone with a home professional office. The secondary bedrooms are located on the lower level, ideally nestled into a gently sloping hillside. 60

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Plan Name

Taliesin 2410

Total Area

2412 sq. ft.

Main Floor

1636 sq. ft.

Other Floor

776 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

4

Bathrooms

3.5

Master Bedroom

Main Level

Footprint

77’ x 57’

Taliesin 2410 This design is about relaxed living that enjoys an intimate relationship with the outdoors. The main level is a complete family living environment in 1600 square feet. A covered entry garden opens into open dining and living areas that extend to a large covered terrace. The living room is filled with defused light under its gently sloping roof with clerestory windows on three sides. Every space on this level provides direct access to shaded outdoor areas. This design also speaks to modern living with an 800 square foot living suite on the lower level to accommodate multi-generational living. The suite has its own private entrance as well as direct access to the main level above. A kitchenette would provide for totally independent living. The main level of the Taliesin 2410 is available as a single level design in 1610 square feet. 64

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Plan Name

Taliesin 2840

Total Area

2844 sq. ft.

Main Floor

2077 sq. ft.

Upper Floor

767 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

3

Bathrooms

2.5

Master Bedroom

Main Level

Footprint

84' x 62'

Taliesin 2840 Soar with the eagles. This is a mountain lodge boldly re-imagined. Anchored to the ground by only six masonry piers that rise through the interior, pierce the roof and then topped with a gull-winged design, this striking retreat appears to be taking flight. The two-story living room, transparent on three elevations is a viewing platform to the natural environment beyond. The open cross-work of roof beams that give the roof its form speak to the enduring strength of a post and beam mountainside retreat. 66

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Plan Name

Taliesin 3320

Total Area

2844 sq. ft.

Main Floor

2077 sq. ft.

Upper Floor

767 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

3

Bathrooms

2.5

Master Bedroom

Main Level

Footprint

84' x 62'

Taliesin 3320 Throughout the day, the stunning gull-wing roof shades the clerestory windows that run the full perimeter of this hillside masterpiece, creating a softly lit interior that changes with the hour and the season. At night the windows, glowing from within, give the roof the illusion of floating above the house. An open interior with few walls enables the free flow of light and space and full views to the natural landscape below. The grand kitchen and dining area, with natural cross ventilation provided by two walls of glass doors, replaces the traditional living room, and is ideal for large group cooking and entertaining, while quiet seating pods to the side provide for smaller group conversation and relaxation. 70

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Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture

The Taliesin Mod.Fab™ Nearly one-third of American households are multigenerational, an important social phenomenon that brings aging parents back into the home as an alternative to assisted living, as well as young adults who are saving for their own home or benefiting from at-home childcare for their preschool children. Most communities today allow for accessory dwelling units (ADUs) with specific restrictions, enabling

The Lindal Taliesin Mod.Fab™

homeowners to place a second independent structure on their single-family homesites. The Taliesin Mod.Fab, originally conceived as a modern weekend retreat, was designed and built by the faculty and students at Taliesin West, and creates a stunning and intimate relationship with nature. On

The images shown on these two pages are of the architects' prior work that inspired their Lindal designs. Photos © Bill Timmerman.

The Lindal Mod.Fabs are available in three sizes that correspond to the limitations imposed by most communities. While the exterior of each design is fixed, the interiors may be adjusted and placed on a slab, over crawlspaces or full daylight basements.

both ends of the efficient structure, the floor and roof

Each Mod.Fab is available in the original modern

project into the landscape and provide protected

finish with concrete board siding panels, vinyl windows

outdoor living. The Mod.Fab's efficient use of

and sliding doors, painted ceilings and trim; or the

sustainable materials earned its place as one of only

exclusive Lindal finish with cedar siding with metal

two single family homes (the other being a Lindal) in

trim, cedar windows and fir sliding glass doors, cedar

TIME Magazine’s Green Design 100.

ceilings and trim.

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Plan name

Taliesin Mod.Fab 470

Total Area

470 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

1

Bathrooms

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Footprint

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Plan name

Taliesin Mod.Fab 700

Total Area

700 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

1

Bathrooms

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44' x 17'

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Plan name

Taliesin Mod.Fab 800

Total Area

800 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

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Bathrooms

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44' x 17'

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Plan name

Taliesin 1725

Total Area

1725 sq. ft.

Main Floor

1725 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

3

Bathrooms

2

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Main Level

Footprint

70' x 46'

Inspired by the Mod.Fab, this one-level Taliesin design is an ideal weekend or retirement home. Well zoned for privacy and intimately linked to nature, the house can also be built with a full or partial daylight basement. 80

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Marmol Radziner “The Lindal building system gives clients the flexibility to adapt a house to their needs, while maintaining the integrity of our designs. The 68-year old structural system also easily allows us to realize the indoor-outdoor living connection that is prominent in our design philosophy.” Leo Marmol, Principal

The Marmol Radziner Lindals About Marmol Radziner

A departure for Marmol Radziner, the firm’s designs for the Lindal Architects Collaborative are warm modern post

Under the leadership of founding partners Leo Marmol

and beam structures, created of wood and glass and

FAIA and Ron Radziner FAIA, the Los Angeles-based

available worldwide.

firm of Marmol Radziner is known worldwide for their modern steel and glass pavilions and for pioneering modern prefab. Clearly organized minimalist structures, transparent to nature, their stunning work has been recognized with local, state, and national AIA awards, and international design awards. Their work has been featured in a number of coffee table books on modern and prefab architecture.

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The spirit of Marmol Radziner Lindal designs is consistent with the firm’s acclaimed portfolio. Simple rectangular volumes, placed beside each other enclose exterior space comfortably. The volumes, with different roof heights, remain legible as individual and humanscaled elements. Flat roofs often become roof decks to enjoy the afternoon sun or the nighttime skyline. View elevations are often totally transparent, in contrast

Marmol Radziner’s prefab work, transparent jewels often

to other elevations that are impenetrable and private.

sited in the Southern California foothills and desert,

Inside, one is always conscious of the beautifully framed

was among the first to be included in the Dwell Homes

view and separation from the elements and hectic world

Collection along with Lindal Cedar Homes.

left behind.


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Plan Name

Marmol Radziner 2400

Total Area

2404 sq. ft.

Main Floor

1186 sq. ft.

Upper Floor

1218 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

3

Bathrooms

3

Master Bedroom

Upper Level

Footprint

62' x 37'

Marmol Radziner 2400 A compact design, fabulous for gracious entertaining and indoor/outdoor living. Designed for a narrow or urban site, this house wraps around a wonderful private courtyard that is directly accessed from every living space on the entry level-the living room, dining room, and kitchen. The living room courtyard access is by a shaded deck area that could be enclosed as a screened porch or a three-season room. On the upper level the three bedrooms and large open library all enjoy views into the courtyard. The master bedroom features a large shaded deck for outdoor relaxation. 84

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Plan Name

Marmol Radziner 2415

Total Area

2416 sq. ft.

Main Floor

2416 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

3

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2.5

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Main Level

Footprint

77' x 102'

Marmol Radziner 2415 An international style, one-level residence with deep roofed colonnades that shade the home’s expansive walls of glass, is ideal for a relatively flat site. The center section, transparent to front and rear, houses the large and free flowing communal areas of the house in a softy lit thirteen-foot high volume, is flanked on one side with a private master wing and on the other by a guest wing with up to three generous bedrooms. Together they enclose a private rear yard and capture views beyond. The one level MR 2415 is similar in spirit to the MR 2460 and 3290 that follow.

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Plan Name

Marmol Radziner 2460

Total Area

2464 sq. ft.

Main Floor

1649 sq. ft.

Lower Floor

815 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

4

Bathrooms

3

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Main Level

Footprint

66' x 73'

Marmol Radziner 2460 Similar to the Marmol Radziner 2420, the entry level wraps the view and encloses a private rear yard; here with a sweeping sloped roof communal wing with uninterrupted views and flat roofed master bedroom wing with a private roof deck. The main level also contains a well-zoned home office, den, or guest suite. Ideally suited for a sloped site, the secondary bedrooms are located in a walkout lower level below the master bedroom wing. 90

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Plan Name

Marmol Radziner 2780

Total Area

2779 sq. ft.

Main Floor

1414 sq. ft.

Upper Floor

1365 sq. ft.

Garage

535 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

3

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Upper Level

Footprint

95' x 42'

Marmol Radziner 2780 Another design ideal for narrow or urban sites, this residence maximizes privacy to the street from the garage and covered guest entries, and becomes totally transparent to the yard and view from the forty-five foot long living, dining and kitchen wing. The entry level includes an office with ensuite bathroom, easily modified to a first floor bedroom. The upper level volume which straddles the main house contains a sumptuous and privately zoned master bedroom with commanding views on two sides that also creates a covered patio with built in outdoor fireplace below. 94

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Plan Name

Marmol Radziner 2810

Total Area

2809 sq. ft.

Main Floor

2021 sq. ft.

Upper Floor

788 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

3

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Main Level

Footprint

94' x 58'

Marmol Radziner 2810 A spectacular modern home for a spectacular site. The entry level of this design includes a fifty-foot long living, dining, kitchen wing that reaches out to the view - totally transparent on three sides and is then further extended by a twenty-foot covered outdoor entertainment or quiet outdoor relaxation retreat. The entry level is completed with a gracious guest entry and large master suite with two walk-in closets and direct access to the outdoors. Two additional bedrooms are located on the upper level. 96

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Marmol Radziner 3290

Total Area

3287 sq. ft.

Main Floor

1826 sq. ft.

Upper Floor

782 sq. ft.

Lower Floor

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Marmol Radziner 3290 Similar to the Marmol Radziner 2460, the entry level wraps the view and encloses a private rear yard - here with a sweeping communal wing with uninterrupted views and master bedroom wing. The main level also contains a well-zoned home office, den, or guest suite. In this design, the secondary bedrooms are on a level above the main floor, making this design well suited for a flat site, or with a daylight basement retreat as shown here. In true Marmol Radziner spirit, three distinct volumes retain their identities with different siding types and varied roof pitches that create a dynamic exterior. 98

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ZeroEnergy Design “Exceptional design and energy performance are readily available, backed by the confidence of the Lindal system.” Stephanie Horowitz AIA, Partner

About ZeroEnergy Design A young firm with a holistic approach to architecture, ZeroEnergy Design continuously balances the aesthetic, technical, and financial aspects of design, building, and daily living. Their refreshingly innovative approach guides them to fulfill the mission of creating healthy homes with exceptional energy performance including reduced operational costs, open flexible interiors that belie their compact footprints, and the reassurance of comfortable aging in place. ZED’s success in achieving these lofty ideals has not gone unnoticed. As recipients of numerous regional and

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The New York Times, on NPR, and in Sheri Koones’ Prefabulous + Almost Off the Grid: Your Path to Building an Energy-Independent Home.

national design awards, their architecture embraces a

Clients who wish to achieve sum zero energy

wide range of styles. Their work has appeared in scores

consumption may engage ZED to create detailed

of print and online features including Fine Homebuilding,

mechanical system specifications and specify collectors,

EcoHome, New England HOME, Design New England,

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Plan Name

ZeroEnergy Design 2330

Total Area

2331 sq. ft.

Main Floor

1463 sq. ft.

Upper Floor

868 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

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Bathrooms

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Main Level

Footprint

49' x 27'

ZeroEnergy Design 2330 A bold update of a traditional house form, this design is an ideal home to replace a tear-down in a traditional in-town setting. On the exterior cement board panels clad the pop-out dining area and are recessed on the front and rear elevations for privacy and shade. The side walls are shingles. Modern window configurations, ensure a brightly lit interior, optimum natural ventilation, and privacy as needed. The flexible floor plan enables one level adult living with a generous master suite on the ground level tucked privately behind the kitchen and two story living room. The upper level features another bedroom suite and an open living area that overlooks the living room and enjoys a private second story roof deck, but can easily be enclosed to create another bedroom. 102

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Lindal Elements “The exercise of taking a disciplined but still creative approach to the Lindal building system inspired studio managers Scott Biles, Bret Knutson and I to create the popular modern Elements designs. It was a great proof of concept that paved the way for the resource-efficient Lindal Architects Collaborative designs that followed.� Michael Harris, Creator of Elements and Lindal Architects Collaborative programs

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About Lindal Elements The Lindal design staff created a group of on-system designs with the objective of demonstrating the capabilities of the Lindal building system in a series of houses ranging in size from 1100 to 2600 square feet. The Lindal Elements houses are a collection of designs,

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created by joining simple, geometric volumes with

In the last two years the Elements houses have become

flat, parapet, or gently sloping roofs. The designs were

a resource-efficient means for clients to create their own

purposefully configured to enable clients to put each of

Lindal designs from Newfoundland to British Columbia

these roof types on any of the designs, affording clients

and from Massachusetts to California. We are pleased

the opportunity to give their personalized Elements

to present four of the thirty-five Elements designs here.

homes distinctly different forms for different sites,

Explore the other designs with your local Lindal dealer or

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Plan Name

Elements: Cedar 1148

Total Area

1366 sq. ft.

Main Floor

1148 sq. ft.

Storage Loft

218 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

3

Bathrooms

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Main Level

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55' x 27'

Lindal Elements: Cedar 1148 One level living in a modest sized home, is zoned beautifully to accommodate a variety of lifestyles. The communal zone and private master suite are linked by a see-through central entry that can contain stairs down to a daylight hillside level and garage if the homeowner desires. The large and loftier communal area with two enclosed spaces can also be opened to include free flowing living, dining and kitchen areas. The opposing shed roofs on this design can be rotated in any direction to capture the sun on any building site. A 218 sq. ft. storage loft is ideal in a modest sized home. 108

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Elements: Sargasso 1620

Total Area

1616 sq. ft.

Main Floor

1616 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

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Main Level

Footprint

76' x 51'

Lindal Elements: Sargasso 1620 This design exudes the spirit of comfortable relaxation and easy indoor-outdoor entertaining in an efficient one level plan. A large and open gathering area easily accommodates several food preparation areas, informal seating and relaxing or eating before a roaring fire. The expansive wall of windows and door let in the view and daylight. A screened porch and large terrace or deck area draw family and guests to enjoy the outdoors, day or night, rain or shine. Privately zoned master suite and guest wings flank the communal area, affording each privacy a few steps away from the action. 110

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Plan Name

Elements: Seafoam 2010

Total Area

2007 sq. ft.

Main Floor

1540 sq. ft.

Upper Floor

467 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

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Bathrooms

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Upper Level

Footprint

55' x 55'

Lindal Elements: Seafoam 2010 A flexible and well-zoned design created by joining five simple elements. The main twostory element contains a large communal area for cooking, dining and entertaining with a commodious guest suite or secondary bedroom above. The two-story dining area could easily become a great room seating area to complement the large living area with fireplace and views on three orientations. The master suite zone is accessed through a butler’s pantry work zone for middle-of-the-night snacking, morning coffee or quiet desk work. A large covered walkway protects the homeowners and their family from inclement weather and graciously welcomes guests. 112

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Plan Name

Elements: Carina 2620

Total Living Area

2769 sq. ft.

Main Floor

1095 sq. ft.

Lower Floor

888 sq. ft.

Upper Studio

786 sq. ft.

Garage

637 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

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Bathrooms

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Main Level

Footprint

66' x 71'

Lindal Elements: Carina 2620 A hillside design that contains three living zones for multigenerational living or large family retreats. The ground level contains all the living space for adult living, including a great room with clerestory windows on all four sides of the thirteen-foot high space, welcoming soft light throughout the year which is always changing in position and hue. The semi-attached garage is topped with full living unit above. The open breezeway can be fully enclosed as an interior gallery link. The third zone, built into the side of the sloping terrain, is ideal for children of any age or a second visiting family. 116

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We Invite You to Collaborate

The Lindal Architects Collaborative is pleased to offer clients worldwide the most extensive and varied portfolio of excellent modern residential architecture available anywhere, ready for you to personalize with the caring guidance of a local Lindal expert in your area. The Collaborative architects and the Lindal design staff in Seattle work tirelessly to support our dealers and clients. • Please register at Lindal.com to receive news of additional collaborative architects and designs as they are added and to receive invitations to special events in your area. • Attend a monthly one-hour online webinar, learn more about the designs from the comfort of your own home or office. You will receive invitations when you register on Lindal’s website. • Contact your local independent dealer to learn more about the Base Specification and special Architect Specification on Collaborative designs, to learn more about Lindal kit prices and construction costs in your area. Schedule a design consultation or a site visit. • Contact the Lindal Client Concierge in Seattle at 1-800-508-1833 or by email at natsales@lindal.com to assist you with general questions. • If you would like to view an electronic edition or purchase a printed copy of this Design Portfolio or any of our other planning books go to Lindal.com.

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Learn More about the participating Collaborative architects, their backgrounds and work by visiting their web sites.

Altius Architecture Inc. altius.net Bates Masi+ Architects batesmasi.com Carney Logan Burke Architects clbarchitects.com David Vandervort Architects vandervort.com Dowling Studios dowling-studios.com Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture taliesin.edu Marmol Radziner marmol-radziner.com ZeroEnergy Design zeroenergy.com Lindal Cedar Homes Elements Lindal.com/elements 121

We look forward to the honor of working with you to create your house of a lifetime!


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© Copyright January 2013 Lindal Cedar Homes and the Lindal Architects Collaborative. Vol. #4_06/01/16. The architectural designs, drawings, and images in this book will give you new ideas about how your Lindal home will look. All of the designs, drawings and images belong to Lindal Cedar Homes, Inc. They are protected by copyright law, and you may use them only to design and construct a home using Lindal’s premium building materials. Any other use of the designs, drawings, photographs and images in this book, including without limitation the preparation of new plans based on Lindal’s plans, is strictly prohibited. Renderings and photographs may show premium upgrades available from Lindal. The scale of floorplans varies. Consult your local independent Lindal dealer for updates and pricing. All rights reserved. 1334/06-01-16 Vol. 4 © 2013 Lindal Cedar Homes, Inc. Printed in the USA

Lindal Architects Collaborative Design Portfolio  

Renowned North American architects, in collaboration with Lindal’s design professionals, have created the most varied and extensive selectio...

Lindal Architects Collaborative Design Portfolio  

Renowned North American architects, in collaboration with Lindal’s design professionals, have created the most varied and extensive selectio...