Carlise @ Parasol Park
Tri Pointe Homes
Venturing into uncharted territory, the application of Art Deco in production housing has its challenges. Windows and doors must be located in specific locations, while having the flexibility to reconfigure for alternate elevations. This version of a repurposed downtown loft significantly expresses the Art Deco style in its identifiable column to beam to spandrel motif. Decorative inset panels require practical application and cost effective solutions for these entry level homes. In designing the floor plan, there was careful consideration for window alignment and sizes. The main idea was to expose as many windows as possible on the ground floor and cleverly locate a gallery hall along the front to allow for a variety of window arrangements. Orienting the Great Room on the alternate exposed wall accommodated the two-sided architecture and was necessary for highly visible corner conditions. Amenities for this entry level home are taken up a notch with walk-in laundry room, dual lavatories and walk in closets. Vestibules at master and secondary bedrooms eases transition from public to private. By mimicking the feel of a re-purposed downtown loft and maintaining a clever family-friendly floor plan, we were able to provide the essential elements to attracting the influx of start-up family millennials in the area.
Photography By Eric Figge
Street view of Art Deco Carlisle.
Street view at night.
Open floor plan provides spacious living area.
Bonus room with door leading to outdoor living area.
Street View of Carlisle
More street view scenes.
Light and airy . View from living room to dining room to kitchen.
roomy master bedroom with triple windows.
Bonus room with doors leading to outdoor living space.
Street scene at sunset
Great room with view of dining and kitchen area.
Great room kitchen and living room.
Master bedroom with triple windows allows for plenty of light.