Case Study

Keller Court Commons

Keller Court Commons draws on the historic agricultural influences of the surrounding area and delivers a low-maintenance, sustainable community, evidenced in the standing seam metal roofing, corrugated metal wall panels, solar arrays and bright color palette. The two-bedroom houses run between 1,200 and 1,500 square feet with modern, open floor plans sized for easy heating and cooling.

The driving vernacular of the design is set by the metal roof and wall components: Image II roof panels, 7/8″ Corrugated wall panels and 7/8″ Corrugated perforated wall panels all with an Acrylic Coated Galvalume finish. The standing seam Image II metal roof panels made it easy to attach the solar panels without penetrating the roof substrate.

“This project has a sense of collage,” remarks Roddy. “You could compare it to a quilt, with the use of metal and other materials to create community and a quality of comfort.”

2019 MCA Chairmans Award – Residential MCA Award Site

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Project Details

Keller Court Commons

Project Completion Date: 2019
Project Type: Residential
Architect: MAD Architecture
Installer: Spaulding Metals, Crandall Roofing

General Contractor: Jacobs Classic Construction