* Residential Architecture: Contemporary Home on the Range by Zervas Group Architects
Posted by the editors on Sunday, 8 April 2012
Residential Architecture: Contemporary Home on the Range by Zervas Group Architects: “..situated in the middle of an expansive cow pasture on the edge of a knoll..approached from the south via a long gravel driveway through the field to a covered walkway which leads to the main entry and the central great room. Three massive basalt rocks greet you upon entry, providing a visual break between foyer and living room..The main body of the house flares out and up with large expanses of glass reaching for the scenery beyond. The central volume is flanked by low slung cedar clad boxes with timber frame pavilions book ending the composition. The roof of the garage provides and outdoor patio space adjacent to the kitchen. On the other end, the master bedroom has direct access to an outdoor room and fireplace..” Stone, wood, extensive glazing, abundant natural light, views; where the deer and the antelope play..
image: © Doug Scott; article: King , Victoria . “Contemporary Home on the Range / Zervas Group Architects” 05 Apr 2012. ArchDaily. <http://www.archdaily.com/223172>