Existing in the Indianapolis historic “Old Northside” neighborhood, this project serves as a secondary building, apartment/garage, for a family of four, a lighting company executive and a visual art curator, and their two young boys.

Project Name: Carriage House
Location: Indianapolis, Indiana USA
Year: 2016

Architect: Puzzello Architecture Practice, Indianapolis
Structural Design:  Puzzello Architecture Practice, Indianapolis
Lighting Consultant/Supplier:  ESL/Spectrum Inc., Indianapolis
General Contractor: Smith Brothers Ultimate Builders
Aerial Drone Photography: Drone 4 Higher, Indianapolis

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Included in the design is a roof-top deck accessible from the second floor apartment.

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The roof design, taking cues from the surrounding neighborhood as a gable form, a hyperbolic paraboloid at a diagonal against the city grid, to allow for views to the downtown skyline from the roof deck while shaping a sculptural open ceiling running through the entire apartment.

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The house has a number of exceptional lighting fixture appointments including the XY 180 luminair collection designed by OMA. https://oma.eu/projects/xy-180.

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