Caruth Boulevard House in Dallas by Tom Reisenbichler

November 14th, 2012 by admin # Contemporary Designs Ideas

This cool design concepts ideas, modern Caruth Boulevard House architect by Tom Reisenbichler. This two-story contemporary home is located in Dallas, Texas. The design concepts emphasize the entertaining lifestyle with open plans that integrate indoor and outdoor spaces. this Caruth Boulevard House uses traditional home proportions to blend with the neighborhood. The horizontal lines of the design tie the home to the land, while the roof and balcony reach into the trees making them integral to the home. This house has the following facilities: work space, family room, garage, pool bath, outdoor patio, kitchen dining, entertainment area, media and game room, large living room, powder bath and wine bar.

Cool Caruth Boulevard House in Dallas by Tom Reisenbichler

Beautiful Caruth Boulevard House in Dallas by Tom Reisenbichler

Swimming Pool in Caruth Boulevard House in Dallas by Tom Reisenbichler

Coffee Area in Caruth Boulevard House in Dallas by Tom Reisenbichler

Modern Living Room Space Design in Caruth Boulevard House in Dallas by Tom Reisenbichler

Kitchen and Home Bars Design in Caruth Boulevard House in Dallas by Tom Reisenbichler

home Bar Tables and Stools in Caruth Boulevard House in Dallas by Tom Reisenbichler

Workdesk and Family Room at Caruth Boulevard House in Dallas by Tom Reisenbichler

Comfort Reading Room Design in Caruth Boulevard House in Dallas by Tom Reisenbichler

Stone Bathtub in Modern Bathroom at Caruth Boulevard House in Dallas by Tom Reisenbichler

Balcony Design in Caruth Boulevard House in Dallas by Tom Reisenbichler

According the Architect:

In our world where many associate sustainable (green) design with a bohemian lifestyle, while others consider luxury wasteful, this house is designed to prove they are not exclusive. Integrated tightly into the large iconic trees on the site, this house uses traditional home proportions to blend with the neighborhood. The horizontal lines of the design tie the home to the land, while the roof and balcony reach into the trees making them integral to the home.

The design concepts emphasize the entertaining lifestyle of the owner / architect, with open plans that integrate indoor and outdoor spaces. The first level uses a central core (wooden box) as the main organizing element around which public spaces flow. This LEED Gold designed home features many sustainable strategies, from photovoltaic solar panels and recycled materials to native plants that are drought tolerant, every detail of sustainability is considered.

Floor Picture Plan for Caruth Boulevard House in Dallas by Tom Reisenbichler

Caruth Boulevard House Photography by Bret Janek