I really appreciate the architecture of this home by William Reue Architecture. My favorite element is the long sculptural wall clad in Cor-Ten weathering steel. The color and shape of the wall create this stunning presence emerging from the forest floor.
The curved wall of the building is heroic, yet pragmatically justified. Its slight bend creates a shallow entry court and amplifies the sound of the small stream that runs parallel to the house. Additionally, the curved wall operates as a spine that organizes the interior spaces as a series of cinematic portals to the landscape, each window framing a particular view that impacts the character of the interior as the seasons change.