This Wisconsin Lake House Is Sheathed in Tiles Made of Post-Industrial Waste

This Wisconsin Lake House Is Sheathed in Tiles Made of Post-Industrial Waste

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By Winifred Bird
Architect Stephen Bruns uses a synthetic roofing product to clad the Woven House—named for a vestibule that connects two massive forms.

On a perfect Saturday afternoon this summer, Lindsay Pauly stood in the kitchen of her vacation house in central Wisconsin, the calm eye of a family whirlwind. Her 4-year-old twin boys were bent intently over a mountain of Legos on the dining table, her 10-month-old son was crawling fearlessly across the kitchen floor, her 6-year-old daughter was getting ready for a walk with Lindsay’s mom, and a cousin had just rolled in from Germany. 

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