- Caroline Kurze
Charles Wright Architects built The Stamp House with the goal of creating a self-sustaining structure that made good use of the surrounding wetland at the building site. Constructed on a small patch of land in the middle of a pond, much of the Stamp House is comprised of a mixture of new and used concrete, which provides insulation to keep the temperature more constant throughout the year. The blueprints show two floors with seven bedrooms protruding from a larger living space that includes a kitchen/dining area, an open gym area, a few lounges, and several reflective ponds around a central pool.
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