The Weston Residence is designed in such a way that purposefully blurs the transition and distinction between the built and natural environment of the Saugatuck River. The terraced roofscape is planted with year-round, region-specific succulents that help disguise the structure. Interior and exterior spaces are joined through views, portals, and material continuity. Like other glass houses, the landscape becomes the "decoration" for the rooms, playing with transparency during the day and reflectivity at night.
Architect: Specht Architects
Photography: Taggart Sorenson