Thursday, October 22, 2009

seed architecture studio

Hill House is a dynamic interpretation of the action of ascending a steep hill by switch back. The form of the house, conceived while hiking in Portland's Forest Park, leverages the boundaries set by building code, site constraints, a tight budget, and the client's program which includes a two bedroom mother-in-law apartment. As the house climbs the hill, the rear of the house is set on a series of terraces while the front facade weaves side to side to reveal a different view of Portland and Vancouver from each floor.

...thanks to Darin @ seed architecture studio
for submitting the text and images!


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