architecture residential anderson residence
yachats, oregon - 1990
To take a floor plan dictated by the Client and adapt it into a workable design.
To add some dynamics to a rectangular plan with a long central hallway and still take
advantage of wonderful ocean views.
100-year flood planes for this 70' x 160' site required habitable floor
elevations to be 2 ft above the highest adjacent grade and that all structures
be capable of withstanding hydrostatic and hydrodynamic loads, buoyancy,
flood depths, pressures and velocities of a base flood tide with allowances
for the automatic entry and exit of floodwaters at the foundation level.
Deed restrictions set a height limit of 15 ft.
Frank & Rikki Anderson
San Jose, California
Mart & Hammock
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To design a simple, low-maintenance vacation home for a retired couple.
To take full advantage of fantastic ocean views.
To work within restrictive CC&Rs with low height limits and a raised flood plain.
The one level plan includes an Entry, a Greatroom with Kitchen, Livingroom, and Dining area,
a Master Bedroom with bath, a second Bedroom with bath and Laundry, and a Garage.
The second level has restricted head height and is designed for an office retreat that
looks down over the Greatroom.
Early plan adapted from client's drawings, Anderson Residence, Yachats, Oregon, 1990.
Working drawing of final floor plan, Anderson Residence, Yachats, Oregon, 1990.
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