Yesterday, I was invited to tour Biz611 in Hendersonville with Architect Ken Gaylord, a fellow AIA member. It is a newly opened office building in downtown Hendersonville that was designed to house selected, start up technical companies. The owner/developer of this small office building was very focused on green design and that it be evident throughout the building. Ken and his team were brought in to make his vision reality in this industrialized modern construction.
The facade was veneered with bricks retained from buildings torn down from the site. Also, it incorporates living walls with plants as shown above. The South wall incorporates a shade structure that simultaneously harnesses solar energy. The interior consisted of recycled walls from a bank in Charleston along with reclaimed glass, wood and even railings used to cover water retention areas externally. For an expanded photographic tour of this building click here.
Size: 3,736 sqft
Amenities: 4 Bed + 4 Bath + Acreage & Views
This wonderful mid-century home, originally designed by Six Associates in 1955, didn’t take long to get a contract on it. Experientially, I love the way this home unfolds and flows with its natural setting. It should be an inspiring retreat for the new owners.
Here is how the listing agent describes it,”Well-built home designed by Six Assoc. Architects. Cathedral ceilings, lots of natural light, incredible views, solid walnut cabinets in kitchen, solid cherry paneling, and many other features including a gated driveway that opens to approx. 6 acre private lot on top of the mountain. Also 2-car garage and outbuilding with deck. Must see to appreciate and just minutes from downtown Asheville.”
For more information on mid-century and modern homes in Asheville give Kelly or myself a call. Enjoy your day!
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