FAR + DANG

FAR + DANG

F A R + D A N G is a multidisciplinary design office engaged in the complexities and multiplicities of contemporary life. Our research, our strategy, and our work focuses on transforming intangible ideas into spatial realities and physical form. We are interested in taking a project from its initial conception to its final built form. Our goal is to heighten the immaterial such as ideas, hopes, and space, by way of the material such as site, structure, and enclosure.

Vanguard Way Residence

The L-shaped residence enclosing a linear courtyard takes advantage of the unusual pie shaped lot. The building, clad with brick and ipe wood siding, and articulated with two shed roofs, sits quietly on the land amongst its neighbors.

Santa Fe Residence

The one-story residence takes cues from the landscape and distant views of the mountains to form its three-winged configuration. The exterior stucco walls and low, flat roofline, helps anchor the building to the mountain and accentuate the big sky above. Glazing, interior spatial organization, and strategically placed outdoor decks and courtyards, all coalesce to take advantage of the stunning landscape.

Ascend: Multifamily Development

The standard typology of the row house is refreshed with three attached units and two detached units, forming interesting left-over, outdoor spaces. The three attached units have varying gable roof heights and staggered facades facing the street, experimenting with the typical row house form. The two detached units are carved out meticulously with angled walls to meet unusual site setbacks, resulting in interesting interior spaces and strategic views of the skyline.

Annex Residences

Two, simple, gable volumes create a very singular architectural language in this duplex project. Clad in white metal siding with a recessed portal for the garages, the architecture makes a compelling frontage to the street different from the typical facade with automobile access.

Resley Creek Ranch

One of many modern, ranch buildings within a 3,000 acre property, this simple, gable roof architecture pays homage to the rural building typology while using modern materials such as vertical, accoya wood siding. The architecture shares a theme with the other buildings on this site as a clear form containing flexible interior spaces that can hold its own within the flat, prairie landscape and expansive sky.

Belmont Residences

This project pushes the typical, mirrored duplex typology by making two attached units that have completely different plans. One is narrower and longer while the other is wider and shorter in depth. The massing of the two units is carved out in the center to create two, interior courtyards. Clad in a charcoal color, metal siding with accents of lime green fiber cement panels, the building forms the edge of the corner of the street.

F A R + D A N G is a multidisciplinary design office engaged in the complexities and multiplicities of contemporary life. Our research, our strategy, and our work focuses on transforming intangible ideas into spatial realities and physical form. We are interested in taking a project from its initial conception to its final built form. Our goal is to heighten the immaterial such as ideas, hopes, and space, by way of the material such as site, structure, and enclosure.