Robert Oshatz had a problem to solve. He needed to build a house for a growing family without cutting down any trees on the property and using natural elements. But most importantly, the building he designed had to act as one with the environment, providing unobstructed views and offering connections to the surrounding landscape. His solution? The Chenequa Residence: a spiraling home tucked behind a single lane driveway surrounded by trees. To see photos of the floor to ceiling glass and curving lines of the exterior, head to visit ArchDaily, where you can delve deeper into the intricacies of Oshatz’s design.
Source: ArchDaily, Cameron Neilson