• BUGG HOUSE

    Location: Durham, NC

    BUGG HOUSE

    Working closely with Kenneth Hobgood, FAIA, Bob served as the lead project architect and project manager for this significant residential project in Durham, NC while a principal at KHA.  Bob began working on this project at the beginning of Design Development and was responsible for project detailing, construction documentation, project management and full on-site construction administration.

    The house is organized on one level (per the request of the owner) as a series of four pavilions, each with specific functions.  The site placement of each element was informed by how each pavilion could take advantage of natural light and views.  The ‘core’ elements of the house- kitchen, bathrooms, garage and storage spaces- are contained within cast in place concrete volumes.  These volumes line the entry court of the house and serve as a direct material and spatial contrast to the framed, steel and glass volumes to the north that contain the main living spaces.  The organization of these elements together creates a carefully controlled entry sequence that ultimately opens to the views of the wooded site and the creek to the north.

    The hybrid construction systems, which reflects the nature of the program of each pavilion, includes architectural cast in place concrete, steel frame, and traditional wood platform framing.  The primary materials are limited to concrete, glass, cedar siding, travertine and white oak interior millwork and floors and simple white gypsum board.

    *Through Previous Association: Bob was a Principal: Architect/Designer at Hobgood Architects (Architect of Record) for over 8 years.

    Durham, NC

  • BUGG HOUSE

    Location: Durham, NC

    BUGG HOUSE

    Working closely with Kenneth Hobgood, FAIA, Bob served as the lead project architect and project manager for this significant residential project in Durham, NC while a principal at KHA.  Bob began working on this project at the beginning of Design Development and was responsible for project detailing, construction documentation, project management and full on-site construction administration.

    The house is organized on one level (per the request of the owner) as a series of four pavilions, each with specific functions.  The site placement of each element was informed by how each pavilion could take advantage of natural light and views.  The ‘core’ elements of the house- kitchen, bathrooms, garage and storage spaces- are contained within cast in place concrete volumes.  These volumes line the entry court of the house and serve as a direct material and spatial contrast to the framed, steel and glass volumes to the north that contain the main living spaces.  The organization of these elements together creates a carefully controlled entry sequence that ultimately opens to the views of the wooded site and the creek to the north.

    The hybrid construction systems, which reflects the nature of the program of each pavilion, includes architectural cast in place concrete, steel frame, and traditional wood platform framing.  The primary materials are limited to concrete, glass, cedar siding, travertine and white oak interior millwork and floors and simple white gypsum board.

    *Through Previous Association: Bob was a Principal: Architect/Designer at Hobgood Architects (Architect of Record) for over 8 years.

    Durham, NC

  • BUGG HOUSE

    Location: Durham, NC

    BUGG HOUSE

    Working closely with Kenneth Hobgood, FAIA, Bob served as the lead project architect and project manager for this significant residential project in Durham, NC while a principal at KHA.  Bob began working on this project at the beginning of Design Development and was responsible for project detailing, construction documentation, project management and full on-site construction administration.

    The house is organized on one level (per the request of the owner) as a series of four pavilions, each with specific functions.  The site placement of each element was informed by how each pavilion could take advantage of natural light and views.  The ‘core’ elements of the house- kitchen, bathrooms, garage and storage spaces- are contained within cast in place concrete volumes.  These volumes line the entry court of the house and serve as a direct material and spatial contrast to the framed, steel and glass volumes to the north that contain the main living spaces.  The organization of these elements together creates a carefully controlled entry sequence that ultimately opens to the views of the wooded site and the creek to the north.

    The hybrid construction systems, which reflects the nature of the program of each pavilion, includes architectural cast in place concrete, steel frame, and traditional wood platform framing.  The primary materials are limited to concrete, glass, cedar siding, travertine and white oak interior millwork and floors and simple white gypsum board.

    *Through Previous Association: Bob was a Principal: Architect/Designer at Hobgood Architects (Architect of Record) for over 8 years.

    Durham, NC

  • BUGG HOUSE

    Location: Durham, NC

    BUGG HOUSE

    Working closely with Kenneth Hobgood, FAIA, Bob served as the lead project architect and project manager for this significant residential project in Durham, NC while a principal at KHA.  Bob began working on this project at the beginning of Design Development and was responsible for project detailing, construction documentation, project management and full on-site construction administration.

    The house is organized on one level (per the request of the owner) as a series of four pavilions, each with specific functions.  The site placement of each element was informed by how each pavilion could take advantage of natural light and views.  The ‘core’ elements of the house- kitchen, bathrooms, garage and storage spaces- are contained within cast in place concrete volumes.  These volumes line the entry court of the house and serve as a direct material and spatial contrast to the framed, steel and glass volumes to the north that contain the main living spaces.  The organization of these elements together creates a carefully controlled entry sequence that ultimately opens to the views of the wooded site and the creek to the north.

    The hybrid construction systems, which reflects the nature of the program of each pavilion, includes architectural cast in place concrete, steel frame, and traditional wood platform framing.  The primary materials are limited to concrete, glass, cedar siding, travertine and white oak interior millwork and floors and simple white gypsum board.

    *Through Previous Association: Bob was a Principal: Architect/Designer at Hobgood Architects (Architect of Record) for over 8 years.

    Durham, NC

  • BUGG HOUSE

    Location: Durham, NC

    BUGG HOUSE

    Working closely with Kenneth Hobgood, FAIA, Bob served as the lead project architect and project manager for this significant residential project in Durham, NC while a principal at KHA.  Bob began working on this project at the beginning of Design Development and was responsible for project detailing, construction documentation, project management and full on-site construction administration.

    The house is organized on one level (per the request of the owner) as a series of four pavilions, each with specific functions.  The site placement of each element was informed by how each pavilion could take advantage of natural light and views.  The ‘core’ elements of the house- kitchen, bathrooms, garage and storage spaces- are contained within cast in place concrete volumes.  These volumes line the entry court of the house and serve as a direct material and spatial contrast to the framed, steel and glass volumes to the north that contain the main living spaces.  The organization of these elements together creates a carefully controlled entry sequence that ultimately opens to the views of the wooded site and the creek to the north.

    The hybrid construction systems, which reflects the nature of the program of each pavilion, includes architectural cast in place concrete, steel frame, and traditional wood platform framing.  The primary materials are limited to concrete, glass, cedar siding, travertine and white oak interior millwork and floors and simple white gypsum board.

    *Through Previous Association: Bob was a Principal: Architect/Designer at Hobgood Architects (Architect of Record) for over 8 years.

    Durham, NC

  • BUGG HOUSE

    Location: Durham, NC

    BUGG HOUSE

    Working closely with Kenneth Hobgood, FAIA, Bob served as the lead project architect and project manager for this significant residential project in Durham, NC while a principal at KHA.  Bob began working on this project at the beginning of Design Development and was responsible for project detailing, construction documentation, project management and full on-site construction administration.

    The house is organized on one level (per the request of the owner) as a series of four pavilions, each with specific functions.  The site placement of each element was informed by how each pavilion could take advantage of natural light and views.  The ‘core’ elements of the house- kitchen, bathrooms, garage and storage spaces- are contained within cast in place concrete volumes.  These volumes line the entry court of the house and serve as a direct material and spatial contrast to the framed, steel and glass volumes to the north that contain the main living spaces.  The organization of these elements together creates a carefully controlled entry sequence that ultimately opens to the views of the wooded site and the creek to the north.

    The hybrid construction systems, which reflects the nature of the program of each pavilion, includes architectural cast in place concrete, steel frame, and traditional wood platform framing.  The primary materials are limited to concrete, glass, cedar siding, travertine and white oak interior millwork and floors and simple white gypsum board.

    *Through Previous Association: Bob was a Principal: Architect/Designer at Hobgood Architects (Architect of Record) for over 8 years.

    Durham, NC

  • BUGG HOUSE

    Location: Durham, NC

    BUGG HOUSE

    Working closely with Kenneth Hobgood, FAIA, Bob served as the lead project architect and project manager for this significant residential project in Durham, NC while a principal at KHA.  Bob began working on this project at the beginning of Design Development and was responsible for project detailing, construction documentation, project management and full on-site construction administration.

    The house is organized on one level (per the request of the owner) as a series of four pavilions, each with specific functions.  The site placement of each element was informed by how each pavilion could take advantage of natural light and views.  The ‘core’ elements of the house- kitchen, bathrooms, garage and storage spaces- are contained within cast in place concrete volumes.  These volumes line the entry court of the house and serve as a direct material and spatial contrast to the framed, steel and glass volumes to the north that contain the main living spaces.  The organization of these elements together creates a carefully controlled entry sequence that ultimately opens to the views of the wooded site and the creek to the north.

    The hybrid construction systems, which reflects the nature of the program of each pavilion, includes architectural cast in place concrete, steel frame, and traditional wood platform framing.  The primary materials are limited to concrete, glass, cedar siding, travertine and white oak interior millwork and floors and simple white gypsum board.

    *Through Previous Association: Bob was a Principal: Architect/Designer at Hobgood Architects (Architect of Record) for over 8 years.

    Durham, NC