Sitting on two acres in Davidson County, this custom residential draws its inspiration from the prairie traditions of Frank Lloyd Wright. Distinguished by strong horizontal lines formed by stone stucco and deep overhanging roofs, the house stretches out across the small rise extending fingers out to create walled courtyards and covered verandas.
These intimate spaces blur the boundaries between the interior and exterior creating a soothing connection with the natural world. This residence is a personal oasis reflecting a resort atmosphere of peace and tranquility yet meeting the rigorous demands of a highly involved lifestyle.
Brad was the project manager and designer for this residence while an employee of Cochran Ferguson Smith Architects.