The main form of this home was inspired by the geometrical construct of the tesseract. What does a four-dimensional hypercube have to do with everyday living? Not much - but we thought it looked pretty interesting just kind of floating there.
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Custom floating blackened steel hood designed by West Architecture Studio and fabricated by Luke Prestridge
Custom ashlar granite stone from local quarry, hand-troweled natural stucco, weathered oak siding from locally storm-felled trees
All landscapes look better with big rocks. Nice work Brendan Butler Landscapes
Collaborative landscape design with cor-ten planters by West Architecture Studio and Brendan Butler
- West Architecture Studio
- Brendan Butler
- Post and Beam Builders
- Galina Coada