An Oregon Prefab Frames an Infinite View With an Impressive Wall of Windows
Through the front door is a broad yellow wall that’s as bold as the vistas beyond.
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Location: Bend, Oregon
Architect: Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
Builder: CS Construction
Footprint: 2,800 square feet
From the Architect: "Through a forested plateau of ponderosa pine, this residence is a delicate stripe across the horizon. Extending along the edge of a lava escarpment, this home, slender in size, faces an expansive tableau of the Cascade Mountains. The owners imagined a modest home that would encompass the dual nature of the setting’s intimate forest and sweeping views."
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