Clad in a raised metal siding, the Barcode House gets its name from its vertical facade. The home sits on a plot dotted with Live Oak trees. These existing occupants dictated the layout, as well as the contrasting white exterior color. Internally, the palette takes on a warmer hue with plywood walls and concrete floors. While the front elevation carries little glazing, the rear is encased with large glass panels to afford views of the outdoor garden.
Photos: Webber + Studio