The Zachary House - Ramseur, North Carolina

The original Zachary House was completed in 1999. It was subsequently destroyed in 2005 on sale of the property (concurrent with Katrina, but in no way connected to it).  The Zachary House is currently being reconstructed in Ramseur, North Carolina by the new owners/custodians, Avshalom Caspi and Terrie Moffit. 

 

contractor (Louisiana): John Atkinson and Bill Roe

contractor (North Carolina): Brent Lindley - Ramseur, NC 

structural engineers: Ron Bittler and Collette Ramirez


 

(photo by Timothy Hursley)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(photo by Timothy Hursley)

 

(photo by Joshua Paul.  Styling by Budget Living magazine. Paintings by Mimi Moncier)

 

(photos by Joshua Paul.  Styling by Budget Living magazine. Paintings by Mimi Moncier)

 

(photos by Joshua Paul)

 

(photo by Bill Martin)

 

 

 

 

 

 

(photo by Timothy Hursley)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(photo by Timothy Hursley)

 

 

(photo by Timothy Hursley)

 

 

 

 

(photo by Chipper Hatter)

 

(photo by Chipper Hatter)

 

(photo by Chipper Hatter)

 

(photo by Chipper Hatter)

 

(photo by Timothy Hursley)

 

(photo by Chipper Hatter)

 

Basic material palette of the Zachary House: concrete bricks, pressure-treated wood, pecan trees, and galvanized, corrugated steel.

 

(architectural model by Thomas Lehmann)

 

 

 

Photo of new Zachary House under construction in Ramseur, North Carolina (photo by Avshalom Caspi and Terrie Moffit)

 

Photo of new Zachary House under construction in Ramseur, North Carolina (photo by Avshalom Caspi and Terrie Moffit)

 

 

 

(photos by Laurey Glenn for Southern Living magazine. Styling by Helaine Moyse and Patrick Tandy)

 

(photos by Laurey Glenn for Southern Living magazine. Styling by Helaine Moyse and Patrick Tandy)

 

Online lecture on

 the Zachary House

 Sept. 26, 2011. 

Church Memorial 

Lecture Series:

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