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New Home in Brookland

Process—————26 January 2012

Studio Twenty Seven Architecture is constructing a second project for previous clients in the Brookland neighborhood of Washington, DC. After completing their new office, the clients returned to Studio Twenty Seven Architecture with a request for a new house. With a black concrete board rain screen exterior and wrap around windows at the rear, the new house will be a fresh take on the typical home found in the Brookland neighborhood. The interiors will be light filled with a minimum of interior walls. Using prefabricated panels as a construction method, the house is moving from foundation to close-in in just under three weeks.

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