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Sapele panels and black aluminum battens define the entrance supported by a singular blue column

Shoji screens frame the wooded view from the porch

Both the living room and adjacent dining room share a view of the garden

Cool blue cabinets and stainless accents contrast with the Corten tile

The screen porch and breakfast room both flow into the kitchen

Transom windows capture natural light from all directions

Glass cabinets mirror the glass sliding doors that overlook the pool

Above the bathtub, twinkling star-like light features are embedded in the blue ceiling

Sapele wood and porcelain tiles define the Japanese aesthetics of this bathroom

Open-air deck with views of the surrounding forest

Beams of natural light fall into the master bedroom

The kitchen/breakfast room share natural light from morning until evening

The home cascades down the snowy slope in a series of rectangles

The staircase wraps around a sky-lit planter

Cantilevered boxes pay homage to the nearby Gropius House

Built in bookcases, flat screen TV and fireplace define the family room

The dining room looks into the living room and backyard


This project was all about responding to the contours of the site. This Bauhaus style home cascades down the slope of the hill, and is oriented on a North-South axis in order to maximize the amount of natural night in each of the rooms. A diverse array of materials were used for both the interior and exterior, including natural white oak, Sapele panels and stainless steel.


New construction


Lincoln, MA

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