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The Wieler House is comprised of five independent modules. When placed together they create a stunning 2,340 square feet of interior living space, as well as an expanse of outdoor space with panoramic views of the 14-acre site and beyond.
first row: Resolution: 4 Architecture
second and third row: Wes Milholen
The open living module contains the living room, dining area, and kitchen. An expanse of glass opens up to a rear deck, and enables views of the entire site. Classic modern furniture, like the Herman Miller Eames Plycraft chair pictured below, provides a sense of comfort and style, as well as a historical mid-century presence. The gourmet kitchen is outfitted with high-end appliances from Jenn-Air and Kohler Purist fixtures.
photo credit: Resolution:4 Architecture
the home site
Perched atop a 14-acre wooded site in Pittsboro, North Carolina, the Wieler House overlooks a federal nature preserve and provides expansive views of the surrounding forest in the winter. The Wieler House dispels the myth that prefabricated housing cannot exist in context, as it fits seamlessly with the site and its immediate environment.
photos: Wes Milholen
drawings: Resolution:4 Architecture
Photos from the first Open House (July 10, 2004)
Over 2,000 people braved the summer heat and humidity of North Carolina to catch their first glimpse of the Wieler House.
On-site construction photos
Contractors complete finish work at the site.
first photo: Nathan Wieler
other photos: Resolution: 4 Architecture
At the Carolina Building Solutions factory in Salisbury, North Carolina, the modules of the Wieler House were completed in less than a week.
credit: Resolution:4 Architecture