State Road Residence  This residence located in Anderson Township, Ohio, was designed by Fold and Form as a re-interpreted version of a mid-century suburban ranch home for today’s world. The living and dining wing is separated from the sleeping wing by a long connecting hallway. This form creates a large outdoor courtyard area in the rear of the house. The courtyard faces a heavily wooded area, which forms the “fourth wall” of the outdoor “room.” Consisting of 1,700 s.f. of living space, the home appears much larger by having each wing of the house look onto the other across the rear patio. The exterior elevations consist of two opposing extruded C-shaped metal roof profiles that reinforce this idea of inward focus. Construction was by John McCart Builders.
       
     
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  State Road Residence  This residence located in Anderson Township, Ohio, was designed by Fold and Form as a re-interpreted version of a mid-century suburban ranch home for today’s world. The living and dining wing is separated from the sleeping wing by a long connecting hallway. This form creates a large outdoor courtyard area in the rear of the house. The courtyard faces a heavily wooded area, which forms the “fourth wall” of the outdoor “room.” Consisting of 1,700 s.f. of living space, the home appears much larger by having each wing of the house look onto the other across the rear patio. The exterior elevations consist of two opposing extruded C-shaped metal roof profiles that reinforce this idea of inward focus. Construction was by John McCart Builders.
       
     

State Road Residence
This residence located in Anderson Township, Ohio, was designed by Fold and Form as a re-interpreted version of a mid-century suburban ranch home for today’s world. The living and dining wing is separated from the sleeping wing by a long connecting hallway. This form creates a large outdoor courtyard area in the rear of the house. The courtyard faces a heavily wooded area, which forms the “fourth wall” of the outdoor “room.” Consisting of 1,700 s.f. of living space, the home appears much larger by having each wing of the house look onto the other across the rear patio. The exterior elevations consist of two opposing extruded C-shaped metal roof profiles that reinforce this idea of inward focus. Construction was by John McCart Builders.

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