Resembling much of the local architecture with high-pitched gables, the
The exterior is clad with a wooden lattice that reads vertical and the steep roof is covered in standing seam metal for an overall minimalist look.
The house features three wings with the middle one acting as the main living space and the other two housing the master bedroom wing and guest wing. Each feel expansive with double-height spaces that reach 8-meters high. Large square windows frame views of the natural countryside while bringing natural light inside.
The minimalist kitchen combines matte black cabinetry with simple wooden countertops for a universal feel.
The sleeping wings house top floor spaces above the bedrooms that are outfitted in natural wood.
Photos by James Brittain, courtesy of