The architecture of Emory Park is rooted in Texas culture with simple forms, vernacular materials, generous porches, and large windows that work together to create a cohesive and distinct identity across the community. The site plan features the density and vibrancy of a close-knit neighborhood fabric while still providing generous private outdoor spaces that expand the living space of every residence.
The house design reinterprets familiar residential details such as gabled roofs, clapboard siding and window awnings in ways that combine the utilitarian beauty we admire in vernacular structures with an elegant restraint found in modern architecture. Three different widths of clapboard siding provide texture and scale to the facade through their varying densities of shadow lines. Porches and overhangs at the ground level are clad in natural wood siding to give warmth to the outdoor living spaces. And metal window boxes and roof eaves shade the large openings and animate the exterior with changing shadows throughout the day.
Ultimately, the unique character of each house is the result of subtle details in combination with careful siting of the structure. By designing in this way, each house’s identity is embedded within and strengthened by its relationship to the community as a whole.
- Metal gabled Roofs
- High-end Modern Design
- Sleek Interior Finishes
- Expansive Backyards
- Covered Patios
- Modern Skylight
- Walkable community minutes from Dallas sites