ROCK CREEK HOUSE

LOCATION / WASHINGTON, DC
ARCHITECT / NADAAA
CONTRACTOR / ABDO CONSTRUCTION

The Rock Creek House is an adaptive reuse project of a 1920's brick structure that was originally composed of two floors.  On the inside NADAAA reworked everything, and designed a perimeter wall structural system that is organized around a north-south bias, in correspondence to this, internal wood framing bridges across the north-south axis, connecting the partywall system. In tandem CW Keller worked with NADAAA to frame the millwork between structural piers such that the vertical orientation of the plywood reinforces the directionality of the house.  CW Keller engineered and fabricated all of the interiors of the house as well as the outdoor metal lattice screen.