Ion Zupcu, American Homes Installation
American Homes Grid
Ion Zupcu, Adobe
Ion Zupcu, Alexander
Ion Zupcu, Brownstone
Ion Zupcu, Bungalow
Ion Zupcu, Cape Cod
Cape Cod
Ion Zupcu, Dutch Colonial
Dutch Colonial
Ion Zupcu, Farm
Farm House
Ion Zupcu, Folk
Ion Zupcu, French Colonial
French Colonial
Ion Zupcu, Greek Revival
Greek Revival
Ion Zupcu, Log Cabin
Log Cabin
Ion Zupcu, McMansion
Ion Zupcu, Mobile Home
Mobile Home
Ion Zupcu, Contemporary Shed Modern
Contemporary Shed Modern
Ion Zupcu, Prairie
Ion Zupcu, Ranch
Ion Zupcu, Modern Prefab
Modern Prefab
Ion Zupcu, Tudor
Ion Zupcu, Saltbox
Ion Zupcu, Shotgun
Ion Zupcu, Split Level Ranch
Split-Level Ranch
Ion Zupcu, The Adam
The Adam
Ion Zupcu, Quonset Hut
Quonset Hut
Ion Zupcu, Victorian

Ion Zupcu writes: “The houses showcased in this series illustrate the spirit and evolution of common houses found throughout North American neighborhoods from the past four centuries. They represent a range of homes from Folk Houses to McMansions. The development of these styles is a reflection of our ever-changing taste and sensibility.

“The photographs in ‘American Homes’ are the result of my passion and investigation for architecture, structure, and light. My experience with three-dimensional forms has created a fluid transition into a deeper understanding of the history and design of American homes.

“Through a collaborative process, architectural models were carefully selected, designed, and constructed for these photographs with architect Tagore Hernandez. During the iterative processing beginning with detailed models, I became aware that what captivated me the most about domestic homes was their outline and form. Initial detail models were stripped down, recreated, and presented in a way that allowed their sculptural forms to emerge.

“All the houses are put on the stage before the public. These houses are not landmarks, they are icons of the places in which we sleep, eat, and raise our families. I have lived with my wife and daughter in a Shed Modern home for the past seven years in Upstate New York.”

Work by Ion Zupcu

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