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Hillside Residence – Furman + Keil Architects

From this quiet tree-lined residential street, just a few blocks away from bustling South Congress Avenue, the owners can walk out of their front door and listen to world-class guitar licks at the Continental Club within minutes.
 
A small, gabled section at the front of the property draws from the more intimate scale of the 1940’s bungalows that line the street, contrasted with other large homes replacing older homes.

From there, the house opens uphill to take advantage of the challenging wedge-shaped, sloping lot. Intersecting spaces and distinctive geometries pull you through the house.

From this quiet tree-lined residential street, just a few blocks away from bustling South Congress Avenue, the owners can walk out of their front door and listen to world-class guitar licks at the Continental Club within minutes.
 
A small, gabled section at the front of the property draws from the more intimate scale of the 1940’s bungalows that line the street, contrasted with other large homes replacing older homes.

From there, the house opens uphill to take advantage of the challenging wedge-shaped, sloping lot. Intersecting spaces and distinctive geometries pull you through the house.