Randy Brown Architects designed Hidden Creek's residences to embrace the surrounding environment. Swaths of glass cover the rear elevation of the Crabapple House, inviting views of the adjoining nature preserve into each room. Modern forms and bold exteri
The Crabapple House's splashy red façade gives way to serene, bamboo-floored interior spaces. Exposed wood ceiling beams help preserve the home's approachable minimalist sensibility.
Rough-hewn wood detailing in the Elm House evokes the imagery of Midwestern barns. True to Brown's sustainable vision, the house features a grass roof planted with native vegetation.