the corral drive, potomac, maryland

Tranquil and dynamic.

"Working with architect Mark McInturff, the client contracted us to help develop a personal retreat with multiple functions in their home. The entire volume of the new addition was divided seamlessly into a bedroom, dressing room, master bathroom, and meditation space. The focus was on the materials (light, stone, and water) and their integration within a monotone color scheme - tranquil and dynamic as the direction of the daylight changes." --Vincent Sagart

Architect: Mark McInturff, 
McInturff Architects
General Contractor: Ron Isinghood,
Timber Ridge Builders
Interior Design: Vincent Sagart,
Poliform | sagartstudio

Corral Drive was published in...

Spare + Serene

By Cari Shane Parven
Home & Design, Spring 2010

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Architect Mark McInturff transforms a 1961 Georgian-styled home into a decidedly modern masterpiece.

Fall 2008 Washington Spaces Winner

"A Bedroom Suite
for Body and Mind"
By McInturff Architects

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The goal was to create a serene space, exquisitely crafted, with an Asian undertone. A bedroom with a generous open bath that includes a 3,000 pound limestone tub, sculpted from a single block of stone, brings the outside in. "Within the simple white brick gable of the addition, a wooden tower containing the meditation, dressing, and massage spaces rises up through the roof," McInturff says. Shadows and light flow throughout the calm space. "It's almost a private house within a house."