J2 Residence by assemblageSTUDIO

J2 Residence by assemblageSTUDIO, Sections

“Of all the projects reviewed, this one is the most regional and really looks as if it belongs here. The house is exquisitely sited and planned. We love the series of indoor and outdoor spaces and the section showing how the house would dig into the ground and cool the lower spaced in the hot desert environment.”

 – Phil Hagen, AIA Awards, 2006 Architecture in Las Vegas *
– 2005 AIA Nevada Awards Jurors *

J2 Residence by assemblageSTUDIO, plan

 

 J2 is currently on the market at US$18.7 million.
Detailed listing information is provided by Redfin.
* Same comment, two reviews, one year apart, as cited by assemblageSTUDIO.

J2 Residence by assemblageSTUDIO
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Property Location

Listed location: Summerlin, Nevada, USA

Summerlin is a 22,500-acre affluent master-planned community under development by The Howard Hughes Corporation in the Las Vegas Valley of Nevada near the Spring Mountains and Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. – Wikipedia

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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J2 Residence by assemblageSTUDIO

From the Architect:

The project is located in the master planned development of Summerlin, along the western edge of Las Vegas at the base of Red Rock. The community’s design requirements call for “design individuality, horizontally and sensitivity to the desert hillside environment.” J2 recognizes the owners and developers combined appreciation of the desert environment through our choice of materials, environmental orientations, daylighting, landscaping and use of renewable energy sources.

Our client desired a home that engaged the outdoors within their living spaces. Expanded views into the adjacent golf course and foothills provide a connection between indoors and out. Each public space; great room, dining room, library, and casita is provided a view into the distant landscape as well as intimacy with the courtyard and pool. The basement bar and game room area connects to the outside through a courtyard which admits daylight into the space.

The home provides a large percent of its own power consumption through Kyocera Multicrystal Photovoltaic Modules placed on the wing canopy. The canopy has been designed to eliminate direct sunlight from entering into the residence during the hottest seasons while allowing maximum visibility to the south. Rammed earth construction creates a thermal mass to mitigate the extreme fluctuations in day and nighttime temperatures.

 

Architects: assemblageSTUDIO
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Area: 12,000 sqft
Year: 2011
Photographs: © Bill Timmerman
Landscape Architect: E Group
Interiors: Cleo Design
General Contractor: Darrell Fellhauer
Structural Engineer: Lochsa Engineering
Electrical Engineering: RHR

Via ArchDaily & Contemporist

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