Selected Built Work

Lovaas Residence
Lexington, Kentucky, 1968

Built on three levels, the Lovaas House curves to fit grades, focus views and to cradle an outdoor swimming pool. Wide eaves and a five-foot roof overhang shelters the high glass windows while permitting the sun’s rays to enliven interior space. A continuous clerestory separates roof planes and provides a balanced light. Concrete masonry walls and tiebeams with sprayed plaster finish define dining, conversation and other areas and contain fixtures for indirect light.