Shope and his wife carefully designed an eco-friendly landscape: For instance, they did not fell any tree with holes that could support an owl’s nest. They also planted flower species that feed hummingbirds and monarch butterflies. Shope laid out the pathway of reclaimed granite slabs that leads toward the Hudson River below.  Photo 8 of 9 in A House Not Built for Human Beings
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“I wanted to ask a few new questions: How would architecture change if human beings weren’t the primary client or the only client?”—Allan Shope, architect and resident  Photo 9 of 9 in A House Not Built for Human Beings
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