Trott Residence

How can we weave together the space of home with community in a historic neighborhood?

Durham, North Carolina  |  3,470 sf

With a view of the Durham skyline, this home sits on a corner in the historic Cleveland-Holloway neighborhood. Mediating between the public street and a private courtyard, it spills out in both directions. A deep front porch continues the existing pattern of porches along the street and seamlessly extends the inside to the outside through a series of foldaway glass walls. Simple wood slats weave the siding, railings, fences, and trellises together, creating dynamic patterns of light and shadow. The house and site are designed as one; weaving together inside and outside, building and nature, old and new.

H I G H L I G H T S

• NC Modernist Houses Modapalooza Tour, 2017
AIA Residential Tour Award, 2017
• Green Roof, 10kW Solar Array

C O L L A B O R A T O R S

Tina Govan, AIA  |  Bob Wuopio, Contractor  |  Lysaght Structural Engineers  |  Laura Moore Landscape Architect  |  Mark Herboth Photography