Jackrabbit Wash is our largest and most comprehensive project to date. This project served as a test case for numerous design ideas and interests of ours, including passive solar design principals and experimenting with new materials and emerging technologies. This house, built in the middle of the Mojave desert, heats and cools itself entirely unaided by traditional HVAC systems. Jackrabbit Wash is currently the project that best represents our design interests and construction abilities.
This project was built entirely by Aaron D’Innocenzo. There were no contractors, subcontractors, or helpers involved. Everything that you see in these pictures is the handiwork of one person. From excavation, through framing, and ending with finish cabinetry, Aaron built the entire thing by himself. There were only three exceptions to this rule: the built-up roofing membrane was applied by a skilled team, the veneer plaster ceiling was applied by an unskilled team, and when pouring the floor slab, a team of finishers were employed to place and hand trowel the concrete slab.
Interior Space: approximately 1600 square feet.
Features: two bedrooms, two baths, full kitchen, dining area, living area, deck, patio, swimming pool, oversized 2 car garage.