West Chapel Residence, Black Mountain NC

posted June 6th, 2016

After breaking ground in late December, 2014, the home on West Chapel Road in Black Mountain is finally complete.  From the initial meeting with the homeowners to certificate of occupancy, the entire process took roughly 2 years.  It has been an incredibly gratifying project, made all the more enjoyable by gracious and adventuresome homeowners and the skilled team at WNC Design Build, with Marc Propst at the helm.

We have recently photographed the interior of the home with David Dietrich, and will have those images in the coming weeks. We have scheduled another session to capture the exterior of the home in early July.  In the meantime, please enjoy these scouting images taken the day of the shoot.

Credit to artists Randy Shull, Colby Caldwell and Alicia Armstrong, and Village Antiques for your significant contributions to the interior furnishings.

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West Chapel Residence, Black Mountain NC

posted May 13th, 2016

Roughly 4 weeks remain until completion.  Still many things left to be finished, but the vision is becoming a reality.

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West Chapel Residence, Black Mountain NC

posted May 7th, 2016

The home is nearing completion with about 6 weeks to go.  Still remaining on exterior: exterior siding and soffit painting and deck stain, painting and installation of exterior handrails, screened porch screen install, final grading and landscaping.  Still remaining on interior: painting, finish tile install, interior glass at showers and clerestory windows, appliance install, lighting fixture and device install.  We’re looking forward to getting the CO just prior to the Modern Atlanta home tour / satellite architecture tour Asheville on June 4.
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West Chapel Residence, Black Mountain NC

posted March 9th, 2016

Exterior finishes are starting to appear. Steel handrails have been dry fit, standing seam roof, exterior siding and painting is partially completed. Inside, the drywall has been hung and taped. Paint, cabinetry and trim to follow.
Eyeing a late May completion date.

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WEST CHAPEL RESIDENCE, BLACK MOUNTAIN NC

posted December 30th, 2015

Cantilevered screen porch mostly complete, with roof and wall structure to follow.

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Beaucatcher Heights Residence, Asheville NC

posted December 5th, 2015

Final images by photographer David Dietrich of the newly completed home at Beaucatcher Heights in Asheville NC.  It was a wonderful project made effortless by engaged and thoughtful homeowners and the skilled team at Longview Builders, led by owner Kevin Hackett.  Every portion of the home has been custom designed for the lifestyle of the homeowner, including the custom light fixtures over the dining table and blackened steel surround of the see through fireplace, both designed by Principal architect Scott Huebner, AIA of Brickstack Architects and expertly fabricated by Daniel Marinelli at OK Goods.

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West Chapel Residence, Black Mountain NC

posted December 5th, 2015

All steel framing has been erected and most of the wood framing is completed.  First round of window installation has started, with second round to be ordered at the completion of framing. Exterior decks have been framed.  Screened porch (with roof) at end of steel cantilever is still yet to come.  Stay tuned…

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Beaucatcher Heights Residence, Asheville NC

posted November 30th, 2015

A final interior photo from the shoot with David Dietrich.  More to follow soon.

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West Chapel Residence, Black Mountain NC

posted November 9th, 2015

The second and final round of structural steel was craned into place for the living room and screened porch, as well as main level and lower level exterior terraces on the downhill (view) side. The 32′ long,  26″ deep beams allow for the 16′ cantilever of the screened porch at the far end of the living room.  The outermost edge of the screened porch perches you 30′ above grade and near the top of the tree canopies.  The long range views to the mountains beyond is simply stunning.

The remainder of the wood framing will commence in the coming days followed by the first round of window installation.

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Beaucatcher Heights Residence, Asheville NC

posted November 9th, 2015

The contemporary farm house at Beaucatcher Heights was completed just prior to Halloween.  Before the homeowners moved in, we had the talented David Dietrich photograph both the exterior and interior.  Stay tuned for those final photos in the coming weeks.  Here are a few snap shots as the crew was wrapping up.

Brickstack Architects designed the home as well as the custom light fixtures over the dining table and blackened steel surround of the see-through fireplace.  Both the light fixture and steel fireplace was expertly fabricated and installed by Daniel Marinelli of OK Goods.  See more of his fantastic work also on Instagram

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