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White house build on the hillside: Linear house
12 Aug 2014

White house build on the hillside: Linear house

Taken a year to complete all construction document, finally, Linear house was built. However, because of the confined building envelop set against the White River National Forest and within a dense aspen stand, Linear’s construction and staging area was quite limited.

With clients circling the globe and often in differing places themselves, communication, material/sample review and securing decisions proved very challenging. At an altitude near 10,000 feet, winters offered complexities in construction with shortened seasons and heavy snows. The design solution embraced its natural setting, minimized site disturbance and reflects the clients demand for a calculated detailed architecture second to its remarkable setting.At an elevation of 9,500 feet, this 22-acre site is completely hidden from the public and has spectacular views to the Elk Mountain Range. The horizontal L-shaped plan appeared to float above a partially buried stone plinth. The upper level plan contains the public areas and houses the meditation room, library and master suite. This solution offers views from all rooms and a rooftop terrace accessed from the inner courtyard has a viewing platform and sitting area. An exterior stair divides the lower level and accesses the rear courtyard underneath the upper plan. Materials consist of Japanese plaster, weathered teak siding, glass, and hand carved Yangtze River limestone.

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