Buccellato Design, LLC | Pennsylvania Ave
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The design for this new home in a historic Indianapolis neighborhood called for a generous 8,500 square-foot program and an additional 3,500 square-foot indoor workout facility, with an array of site improvements including a greenhouse, children’s playground, an outdoor kitchen and terrace, and a swimming pool. The arrangement of the house aimed to take best advantage of the existing slope across the 1.5-acre site, maximizing access to natural light while maintaining many of the property’s mature trees.

Creating a home that fit seamlessly into the neighborhood with a sense of permanence and history yet that was also appropriate in scale was a primary goal. A “front” house of a massing in keeping with the other homes in the neighborhood created a preamble of sorts on the property, and the rest of the home emerged beyond. Balance and symmetry were important to the development of the design and arrangement of rooms, and thus several time-honored American styles, from Federal to Greek Revival to Neo-Classical, were studied. Consequently, an exterior material palette of warm, natural stone and simply-detailed painted wood took cues from the home’s traditional form.

The design for this new home in a historic Indianapolis neighborhood called for a generous 8,500 square-foot program and an additional 3,500 square-foot indoor workout facility, with an array of site improvements including a greenhouse, children’s playground, an outdoor kitchen and terrace, and a swimming pool. The arrangement of the house aimed to take best advantage of the existing slope across the 1.5-acre site, maximizing access to natural light while maintaining many of the property’s mature trees.

Creating a home that fit seamlessly into the neighborhood with a sense of permanence and history yet that was also appropriate in scale was a primary goal. A “front” house of a massing in keeping with the other homes in the neighborhood created a preamble of sorts on the property, and the rest of the home emerged beyond. Balance and symmetry were important to the development of the design and arrangement of rooms, and thus several time-honored American styles, from Federal to Greek Revival to Neo-Classical, were studied. Consequently, an exterior material palette of warm, natural stone and simply-detailed painted wood took cues from the home’s traditional form.

The design for this new home in a historic Indianapolis neighborhood called for a generous 8,500 square-foot program and an additional 3,500 square-foot indoor workout facility, with an array of site improvements including a greenhouse, children’s playground, an outdoor kitchen and terrace, and a swimming pool. The arrangement of the house aimed to take best advantage of the existing slope across the 1.5-acre site, maximizing access to natural light while maintaining many of the property’s mature trees.

Creating a home that fit seamlessly into the neighborhood with a sense of permanence and history yet that was also appropriate in scale was a primary goal. A “front” house of a massing in keeping with the other homes in the neighborhood created a preamble of sorts on the property, and the rest of the home emerged beyond. Balance and symmetry were important to the development of the design and arrangement of rooms, and thus several time-honored American styles, from Federal to Greek Revival to Neo-Classical, were studied. Consequently, an exterior material palette of warm, natural stone and simply-detailed painted wood took cues from the home’s traditional form.

The design for this new home in a historic Indianapolis neighborhood called for a generous 8,500 square-foot program and an additional 3,500 square-foot indoor workout facility, with an array of site improvements including a greenhouse, children’s playground, an outdoor kitchen and terrace, and a swimming pool. The arrangement of the house aimed to take best advantage of the existing slope across the 1.5-acre site, maximizing access to natural light while maintaining many of the property’s mature trees.

Creating a home that fit seamlessly into the neighborhood with a sense of permanence and history yet that was also appropriate in scale was a primary goal. A “front” house of a massing in keeping with the other homes in the neighborhood created a preamble of sorts on the property, and the rest of the home emerged beyond. Balance and symmetry were important to the development of the design and arrangement of rooms, and thus several time-honored American styles, from Federal to Greek Revival to Neo-Classical, were studied. Consequently, an exterior material palette of warm, natural stone and simply-detailed painted wood took cues from the home’s traditional form.

The design for this new home in a historic Indianapolis neighborhood called for a generous 8,500 square-foot program and an additional 3,500 square-foot indoor workout facility, with an array of site improvements including a greenhouse, children’s playground, an outdoor kitchen and terrace, and a swimming pool. The arrangement of the house aimed to take best advantage of the existing slope across the 1.5-acre site, maximizing access to natural light while maintaining many of the property’s mature trees.

Creating a home that fit seamlessly into the neighborhood with a sense of permanence and history yet that was also appropriate in scale was a primary goal. A “front” house of a massing in keeping with the other homes in the neighborhood created a preamble of sorts on the property, and the rest of the home emerged beyond. Balance and symmetry were important to the development of the design and arrangement of rooms, and thus several time-honored American styles, from Federal to Greek Revival to Neo-Classical, were studied. Consequently, an exterior material palette of warm, natural stone and simply-detailed painted wood took cues from the home’s traditional form.

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