camouflage house, green lake, wis.

Alternating layers of glass, unfinished cedar, and glossy Prodema give the façade a dynamic quality.

Concrete retaining walls rise out of existing rock outcroppings, strengthening the building’s connection to the site.

The house recedes into the background, letting the forest dominate the landscape.

A 4-foot post-and-beam structure supports the vivid exterior grid. The two-story side of the house looks out through the treetops and onto Green Lake.

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