Studio 804 managed to integrate features like photovoltaics, a wind turbine, a geothermal heat pump, and radiant floor heat into a minimalist architectural language. The team is able to build to such exacting standards because they prefabricate a large portion of their designs in a warehouse studio.
Not only is Studio 804 an opportunity for students to learn real-world applications, from zoning reviews to actual construction, but it's also an impetus in revitalizing Kansas City's urban neighborhoods with affordable, contemporary housing. Here, we share our glimpse inside the Rosedale neighborhood home and glean a little insight on its creation from the professor behind the studio: architect Dan Rockhill.
Check out some of the innovative resources the studio used listed in the Apartment Therapy Survey below. If you like what you see, the house is for sale. See its full listing right here.
- Cladding: cumaru wood
- Windows: Serious
- Appliances: Electrolux
- Hardware: Hafele
- Furniture: Retro Inferno
- Lighting: Con-Tech
- Paint: Sherwin Williams
- Flooring: jatoba wood from Cikel