The House Review design team presents five plans suitable for slices and slivers of suburbia.
When talking about the opportunities for infill projects, the initial assumption is that we’re referring to an urban setting. In many parts of the country, however, development in the suburbs has been around long enough now to find overlooked parcels of land prime for suburban infill.
ArchitectGMD Design GroupScott Gardner, AIAscott@gmddesigngroup.com919.320.3022Donnie McGrathdonnie@gmddesigngroup.com770.375.7351
ArchitectTodd Hallett, AIA, CAPSTK Design and Associatesinfo@tkhomedesign.comwww.tkhomedesign.com248.446.1960Plan SizeLiving area: 3,243 sfWidth: 80 feet, 10 inchesDepth: 43 feet, 4 inches
ArchitectDonald F. Evans, AIAThe Evans Groupdevans@theevansgroup.comwww.theevansgroup.com407.650.8770Plan SizeTotal: 2,250 sfWidth: 24 feetDepth: 75 feet
The Carriage House
ArchitectRichard C. Handlen, AIA, LEED APEDI International Inc.firstname.lastname@example.orgPlan SizeLot width: 54 feetLot depth: 162 feetUnit area: 1,250 sf
ArchitectLarry Garnett, FAIBDlarrygarnett@larrygarnettdesigns.comwww.larrygarnettdesigns.com254.897.3518Plan SizeLiving area: 3,400 sfWidth: 44 feet, 4 inchesDepth: 107 feet, 8 inches