This article focuses on the architectural success of Curtis Gelotte who designed an Albemarle County residence that admirably pays homage to Frank Lloyd Wright, built by Shelter Associates.
From the Archives
New Old House Magazine Winter 2006 Issue
Features: modulated ceiling planes and distinct boundaries juxtaposed in an open floor plan, “pinwheel design” with four radiating elements: master bedroom/studio/living room/and garage, an interior floor plan that unfolds around 7 turns from street to hearth
Albemarle Magazine October-November Issue 2003
Exhibits Shelter’s ability to collaborate with clients’ unique architectural requests and create one-of-a-kind homes that integrate with surrounding landscape perfectly.
Features: fieldstone chimneys, spaces designed to invite the outside in with both views and direct access, rustic board siding, and his and hers master bath suites
Albemarle Magazine August-September Issue 1994
Showcases our enduring partnership with architecture firm Dalgliesh Gilpin Paxton. Highlights our experience masterfully executing architectural designs that unite traditional with contemporary, old material with new.
Features: One hundred year old lumber, heart pine beams, high ceilings and custom mantles
Albemarle Magazine April-May Issue 1994
Demonstrates our meticulous attention to detail in bringing to life Robert Paxton’s ideas for opening up and re-designing this turn-of-the-century home.
Features: Integration of landscape and natural light, skylights, Doric columns, six- to 12-inch heart-pine flooring, marble kitchen countertops, coffered ceiling lights, and millwork by Gaston and Wyatt Inc.