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New Renderings and Floorplans for 100K Project

by Chad Ludeman on June 27, 2008 · 11 comments

in architecture,Design,floorplan

ISA has been working on some new renderings for the 100K project due to some contests and articles we are working on. The first image below of the 100K rendering plopped onto the actual site is probably my favorite image generated to date. Definitely follow the link to the full-size flickr image on this one. Sometimes I forget that this is going to be an actual built project with all the delays we have suffered and this image just got me really excited about building the homes and seeing them completed on the street. I also like the fact that ISA left the weeds in the sidewalk that surround the property.

We plan to fix up the sidewalk and plant as many trees as possible along the street so this isn’t exactly what it will look like, but it is the best view to see what the buildings will look like on the corner. Also below are updated floorplans for both homes and a rendering of the rear of the homes that shows the metal grid detail for the vines to grow up. Pretty cool.

100K House Street Context Rendering

100k House Street

Updated 100K & 120K Floorplans

100K Simple Floorplans

100K House Rear View Rendering with Ivy Screen Detail

Rear View 100k

Other links with these updated images:

100K Current Renderings Flickr Set

100K House Summary Page

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{ 11 comments… read them below or add one }

1 lawless June 27, 2008 at 6:14 pm

Is your street haunted by a bunch of hip 20-somethings?

The renderings look tight.

2 chad June 27, 2008 at 6:19 pm

Some of them are hip 20-something ghosts.

3 Kevin June 27, 2008 at 10:30 pm

Is there any concern about the home greeting the street with mostly blank walls? I know the reasons for the fenestration patterns but I’d want to make sure street interaction was important and considered as well, being in an urban environment.

4 lavardera June 29, 2008 at 9:45 pm

the ratio of doors/windows/walls seems pretty consistent with philadelphia row houses. To me it looks appropriate.

5 chad June 30, 2008 at 3:34 pm

I think there is actually one more window on the first floor of the front of the 120K house shown that is in the plans. Greg is correct, that we have about the norm in Philly, but they are obviously arranged in a unique way with tall, thin casement windows rather than double hung windows with divided lites.

Also, we need to keep the total window area under control to keep the homes very energy efficient. We are just over the recommended window are percentages recommended for a very energy efficient home, but our consultants say our figures are fine for our goals.

We actually went through this discussion months ago when we had the more “fortress like” facades and among other things, the blog comments made us modify the design to end up with what you see today. A lot of window area has been added since those preliminary designs.

6 Malogna June 30, 2008 at 4:22 pm

I wasn’t sure about the looks of the 100K House until seeing this tight rendering. It’sa nize.

7 lavardera July 2, 2008 at 1:26 pm
8 Stanford Gable July 3, 2008 at 2:06 am

Seems like it needs something to boost the curb appeal on Susquehanna. It’s very flat with small windows. Could you forsee adding any elements. Possibly a setback for a planter. (like the Bamboo element at Rag Flats) Maybe even some sort of sculpture on the building.

9 moderns-r-us July 15, 2008 at 5:19 pm


There appears to be a side and top sunshade / window surround, shown on the south and west sides of the floor plans. I do not see this in the renderings.

Is it something that does not make the budget? Is it something like this from “The Duke” apartments in Scottsdale, AZ?

This is by Circle West Architects. Check it out.

10 moderns-r-us July 15, 2008 at 5:30 pm


I looked closely at your plans and tried to put on my “buyers hat.” Looking at it from that angle and trying to picture myself living there when I was younger and without kids I have two more questions.

1)Where does one hang their coat or coats on the first floor? I suppose you could go with a modern version of the shaker coat pegs, but that is not very minimalist.

2) Do you think you have enough overhang at the front door? having lived in a row house without an overhang I can tell you that it is a pain to fumble with your keys while getting poured on in a thunderstorm. (The renderings do suggest that the front door is recessed slightly, but the plans do not)

11 chad July 15, 2008 at 9:13 pm


Good questions.

The images you gave are actually exactly what we have talked about but we are not sure we can fit them in the budget. I think that’s why you don’t see them on the renderings as of yet. We definitely need something on the South(ish) facing wall though.

1) I always envisioned the coats going along the wall on the right when you walk in before going up the stairs. The buyer could install any number of modern, wall-mounted systems that could look nice. The rest of their coats can go in their closet.

2) I’m not sure if we will have an overhang or not. I think we have discussed in the past but I’m not sure if we decided on anything. There are few such overhangs on Philly rowhomes here so it is not seen as a necessity.

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