*블랙우드 하우스 [ Schiller Projects ] Blackened Wood House

Architecture & design firm Schiller Projects have collaborated with Gray Organschi Architecture to design the recently completed Chilmark House, located in Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts.

The home, which sits on 4.25 acres, overlooks the sea and is surrounded by farmland. The upper floor of the home has direct access to the landscaped yard via angled stairs.

Many of the different areas of the house, like the living room upstairs and the bedrooms downstairs, all have floor-to-ceiling sliding glass windows and doors.

Shou Sugi Ban or blackened cedar wood siding, covers the house and garage. Upon arriving at the house, you see that the garage and the house are split, with a pathway between the two. A home office with views of the water sits above the garage and can be reached via a set of stairs on the exterior of the garage.


The entry to the main house is a wood ramp that runs from the garage and alongside the back of the house. A light wood front door welcomes you to the home.

Upon entering the home, you walk into the main living and dining room. In the dining room, a large hand-carved wood table with a minimalist chandelier has plenty of room for family and guests.

The dining room opens up to a large deck and outdoor dining table. Decorative pendant lights look like an art installation during the day and create a fun atmosphere at night. A section of the deck above the table is covered to enable year-round outdoor entertaining.

Back inside and next to the dining room is the living room. Large sliding glass windows that meet at the corner, that can be opened to enjoy an afternoon breeze, and on a cool night, a fireplace can be lit to add warmth.


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