The Douglas fir slats cover the facade and are repeated throughout the rest of the house. Moser references the woods by a pair of steel beams on the front porch that allude to the silhouette of a tree. After a Fire, a Midcentury Home Rises from the Ashes - Photo 1 of 7
The atrium features a custom stainless steel railing designed by Moser and manufactured by the homeowners’ son-in-law, who owns a local fabrication shop. The self-supporting steel rod system and Sonneman Bubbles Light pendant light nicely contrast with the surrounding woodwork. After a Fire, a Midcentury Home Rises from the Ashes - Photo 3 of 7
When Moser first arrived on the site, the original home had almost no good views of the neighboring Saxon Woods. The solution was to build expansive Low-E windows to enjoy views of the woods. After a Fire, a Midcentury Home Rises from the Ashes - Photo 2 of 7
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