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Garlapo Lake House

Posted in Uncategorized by mhume on March 19, 2018

The proposed reconfiguration focuses on the original portion of the house toward the lake. The façade opens up toward the lake on the north side of the house with 2 symmetrical gable roof lines. These two roofs join at the center where they shed water.

The stairway is shifted outside of the original building envelope to ensure the un-interrupted view of the lake and the path of diffused light to the interior. The duality and symmetry of the new façade reflects the sites and sounds of this incredible place and the duality in the form is meant to remind us of the perpetual bond between two souls.

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Maple ‘leaf’ table

Posted in Uncategorized by mhume on April 8, 2013

Maple 'leaf' table

This table was designed for the Smith’s in association with their kitchen remodel last year. The proposed table is constructed with tapered ‘leafs’ and the geometry effected by a myriad of forces that surround it.

Kistner Concrete Building Near Completion

Posted in Uncategorized by mhume on April 6, 2013

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Construction of this office building for Kistner Concrete Products Inc and designed by Matthew Hume will soon be complete. The design for this building emphasizes light and view by way of a large window wall and entry that extends from the primary envelope of the building. This wall serves a dual purpose in the fact that it also becomes a large work space and service counter on the interior.