This house embraces its naturally terraced site, capturing sweeping views to the distance and intimate spaces along the site.
As the house descends the slope, each room inside corresponds to a “room” outside. From the living area, which responds to a patio on a natural stone terrace, a glass bridge leads to the library overlooking a spa pool underneath, where guest quarters open onto another natural terrace. Upstairs, the private suite opens ﬁrst onto a screened porch, then a balcony.
This series of small boxes contrasts larger spaces anchoring the house below. Only elemental materials – wood, stone, and metal – were used, chosen by the architect to express the qualities of older buildings: substantial, grounded, and well proportioned, with textural interest ﬂowing between exterior and interior.