The dwellings made up of two volumes together with asymmetrical, gabled roofs. The volumes are attached by a central entry vestibule that opens onto a terrace. The building is clad in repurposed Douglas fir and pine boards which previously were used for snow fencing and horse corrals.
On west side of the dwelling, which will be visible from a road below, a continuous wood facade evokes the scrim wall of a traditional woodshed. Many layers of board result in an interplay of light and shadow, while also providing privacy.
The eastern elevation appears toward a hillside and required less privacy. Wood siding was paired with expanses of glass, which provide expansive views and engage the landscape. The wooden siding was continued indoors in the entry hall, which also features a glazed wall that provides views of the landscape. The vestibule opens on the furnished stone terrace, where visitors can relax in front of a fire pit.
The guest quarters were placed in the southern section of the building, which houses three bedrooms, a living and kitchen space. Entertainment functions were situated in the northern wing, including a video game room, a bar, a lounge room and a double-sided fireplace. Each wing is designed to optimize exposure to the eastern hillside of the house, with large glass partitions spanning each room and wrapping around corners.
The interiors of the home are clad with the exact same distressed wood to provide them a rustic and natural look. There is extensive glazing in several rooms to deliver much light in and connect the home with outdoors. Get inspired by the pictures of the beautiful home!
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