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Featured design projects by David Hayden, L64 Design.

Bear Haus

Posted May 12, 2016  /   By David Hayden  /  0 Comments

Future site of remote cabin.  Design will be open source.

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Posted October 10, 2015  /   By David Hayden  /  0 Comments

Most bachelor pads must sooner than later accommodate a family.  The existing second floor living space becomes the hub of the house. Bedrooms on the second floor are located on large steel framed cantilevers.  The first floor has the new entry and guest room, existing garage and new tall air boat garage.  Taking cues from the existing corrugated …

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Bridge House

Posted August 25, 2015  /   By David Hayden  /  0 Comments

Changing the paradigm in the hillside home building tradition in Fairbanks, a bridge links the house to the road.  The bridge allows visitors to park on the road and avoid a steep narrow driveway typical of this neighborhood.  The living spaces are located on the second floor and bedrooms are located on the first floor.  …

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Tree Tops

Posted September 16, 2014  /   By David Hayden  /  0 Comments

After 40 years of no siding and dated interiors, the new owners are updating the exterior and interior.  The interior living spaces on the third floor will be combined into a great room opening up onto a new deck.  The kitchen will overlook a new rompus room that is built over the existing garage.  A …

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Butterfly House

Posted October 25, 2012  /   By David Hayden  /  0 Comments

An inverted roof  makes this house unique from its neighbors on the ridge.  Corrugated metal and stained cement board makes a no nonsense exterior.  Multiple levels create interior vistas.  A centrally located masonry heater provides warmth.  Large windows bathe the interior with light.

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Posted October 16, 2012  /   By David Hayden  /  0 Comments

This house was designed to have a simple energy efficient shape and tons of natural light.  The first floor houses the entry, massage studio, and home office.  The second floor has living spaces and two bedrooms.  High windows allow natural light to wash the sloping ceiling.  L64 supports the bold decision of the red exterior.  …

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