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The Round Mountain House references local precedents by combining modernist ideals with vernacular strategies to integrate seamlessly into the Ozark Mountain landscape.
The form of the house is treated as two pieces that separate public and private spaces. The “main frame” consists of public spaces: the carport, outdoor breezeway, the guest loft, and main living area; the “lean-to” or “saddle bag” contains private spaces: the laundry, bathrooms, closets, and bedrooms.
Abu Dhabi, UAE
Tim de Noble