Lost Highway House

October 1, 2009

Located on an expansive lot, this house explores ideas of space and collective living.

The Lost Highway House sits on a half acre lot. The front facade opens onto 120 degrees of horizon, giving the house an abundance of space. The house relates to climate and space, with light reflecting and refracting through controlled and uncontrolled openings. The sensual experience of space unfolds from the inside out, and the house has a dominate roof plane that extends when required. There are no doors to an internal corridor. The spaces allow exploration of independent and collective living, making it ‘transparently private’.

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