A retreat away from the bustle of the city, this house orients itself toward a rare view of the Ocean through an old inlet, linking the otherwise sheltered house to the wide expanse of nature beyond.
The weighty materials—Douglas Fir timbers, flamed and honed Kitledge Granite, slate shingles—anchor the house to the site, emphasizing the sense of protected serenity.
Sunlight filters in through copper-lined belvederes by day, lending a soft and warm atmosphere to the cozy interiors.
Natalia Zieman Hayes
Jeff Goldberg / ESTO