A modern Cabin at Bjergøy, Norway.
The house is considered as a large platform that, floating on a small volume that houses secondary dependencies, floats above the tops of the cedars.
The goal of this project was to break conventional notions of what we “need” in a house and design for the clients specific lifestyle.
The owner’s affection for a stone outcropping on her property and the views from its peak inspired the design of this house.
Finding undeveloped land in the idyllic Californian city of Carmel-by-the-Sea is next to impossible.
This residential building has been designed for a developer, and draws upon three individual issues.
The project is located on the southern edge of Lansing, which is a small neighbourhood in the North York municipality in the Greater Toronto Area.
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