Location    : Ashland, Oregon
Type          : Residential
Size           : 3500 sqft
Status        : Completed
Year           : 2019

Collaborators & Consultants

David Overacker (Contractor)
CIOTA Engineering PC

Design Team 

31/44 Architects,

Christopher Brown,

David Weir, Liz Gilbert

The 2963 sqft residence project along with a new garage space is designed for a single-family dwelling in Ashland, Oregon. The design follows a simple, minimalistic and functional layout to resonate with the client's lifestyle yet ensuring the luxury of well-defined spaces and natural light. 

552 Beach Street residence project by Arkitek, is designed for a single-family dwelling in Ashland, Oregon along with a new garage space. The design follows a simple, minimalist and functional layout to resonate with the client's lifestyle yet ensuring the luxury of well-defined spaces and natural light. 
552 Beach Street residence project by Arkitek, is designed for a single-family dwelling in Ashland, Oregon along with a new garage space. The design follows a simple, minimalist and functional layout to resonate with the client's lifestyle yet ensuring the luxury of well-defined spaces and natural light. 

06 Bedroom 01

07 Bedroom 02

08 Master Bedroom 

09 Studio 

10 Closet  

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First Floor

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Ground Floor

01 Entry

02 Study

03 Family/guest room 

04 Kitchen+Dining 

05 Living room  

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552 Beach Street residence project by Arkitek, is designed for a single-family dwelling in Ashland, Oregon along with a new garage space. The design follows a simple, minimalist and functional layout to resonate with the client's lifestyle yet ensuring the luxury of well-defined spaces and natural light. 

South Elevation

West Elevation

bedroom

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driveway

utility

entry

study

entry

kitchen+dining

living

master

bedroom

bedroom

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