A Couple Build a New House for More Family on Their Secluded Wisconsin Homestead

A Couple Build a New House for More Family on Their Secluded Wisconsin Homestead

Johnsen Schmaling Architects design a linear residence recalling the path of ancient glaciers on the Kettle Moraine.

When massive glaciers made their way across Wisconsin 18,000 years ago, they left behind long, fingery strands of ice that collided, scraping and shaping the earth into the rocky terrain now known as the Kettle Moraine. Architect Sebastian Schmaling reflected on that dramatic geological upheaval as he explored ways to connect the house he was designing for Chris and Sally Candee to its natural history. 

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