Building into the contours of the landscape and using natural materials helped the house blend into the shadows.
The resort’s planning board limits window sizes, so taking advantage of the views and sun required some special work-arounds. Slotted battens slide along full-length tracks, for example, to conceal the large expanses of glass and soften the glare from the
All of the home’s horizontal surfaces—including the floors, tables, countertops, and ceilings—are composed of rich oiled American red oak.
The oak for the bathroom floor was cut into shorter segments and mounted to a waterproof underlayer to mimic tile.