Sands Point Residence
       
     
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 A 1950’s ranch house is brought into the 21st century and integrated with the landscape. This is done by adding a glass pavilion to the original structure for the daily living, cooking and dining activities.   This glass pavilion ties into a series of terraces, gardens, swimming pool and outdoor living spaces, extending the house out into the landscape. The gardens and outdoor living spaces were designed along with the glass pavilion and were conceived as extensions of the new indoor living spaces.   In addition to reusing the existing structure and as much of the landscape as we could, our sustainability strategy included: high performance glazing and deep overhangs to minimize summer cooling: and solar gain, extra insulation and radiant heat to minimize heating in the winter.
       
     
Sands Point Residence
       
     
Sands Point Residence

“Mark’s process of understanding our lifestyle and his visionary design made our dream into reality. He transformed our modest 50’s ranch into a modern architectural gem that thrills us each and every day.”
Tom & Sandee, Owners

Sands Point 2 Ext Night angle 1x1.jpg
       
     
Sands Point 4 5x7.jpg
       
     
DuBois Sands Point Ext Living Rm corner.jpg
       
     
Sands Point 5 5x4.jpg
       
     
Sands Point 11 1x1.jpg
       
     
DuBois Sands Point 10 Family Rm crop.jpg
       
     
Sands Point 8 M Bath 1x1.jpg
       
     
DuBois Sands Point 13 Living Rm.jpg
       
     
DuBois Sands Point Glasshouse Addition Outside 5x7.jpg
       
     
Sands Point 14 Pergoal 1x1.jpg
       
     
Sands Point 15 5x4.jpg
       
     
 A 1950’s ranch house is brought into the 21st century and integrated with the landscape. This is done by adding a glass pavilion to the original structure for the daily living, cooking and dining activities.   This glass pavilion ties into a series of terraces, gardens, swimming pool and outdoor living spaces, extending the house out into the landscape. The gardens and outdoor living spaces were designed along with the glass pavilion and were conceived as extensions of the new indoor living spaces.   In addition to reusing the existing structure and as much of the landscape as we could, our sustainability strategy included: high performance glazing and deep overhangs to minimize summer cooling: and solar gain, extra insulation and radiant heat to minimize heating in the winter.
       
     

A 1950’s ranch house is brought into the 21st century and integrated with the landscape. This is done by adding a glass pavilion to the original structure for the daily living, cooking and dining activities.

This glass pavilion ties into a series of terraces, gardens, swimming pool and outdoor living spaces, extending the house out into the landscape. The gardens and outdoor living spaces were designed along with the glass pavilion and were conceived as extensions of the new indoor living spaces.

In addition to reusing the existing structure and as much of the landscape as we could, our sustainability strategy included: high performance glazing and deep overhangs to minimize summer cooling: and solar gain, extra insulation and radiant heat to minimize heating in the winter.