Elements of an Economical Architecture - Aerie's Design Strategy

The Owner, an underpaid scientist, needed her house to be really cheap to build, but she explained, it must be three stories high, because the bird's that feed on the woodlands floor, don't go up, and the treetop feeders don't go down, and those in the middle stay in the middle. So we created a third story office, a second story master suite, and everything else on the ground floor (stained concrete slab).  The spiral stair, as inexpensive as stairs get, links office to hall of master suite to main living below, with the structure exposed to save on finishes.


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