The 918-square-foot house sits on a twenty-eight-acre forested site in Rhinebeck, New York, named “T2 reserve”-an experimental landscape slated to be subdivided into five different house plots. By intersecting spheres and tesseract trapezoids, the architects came up with a design that features dynamic spatial relationships. This is first felt at the entry porch where an orb of wood carved out of the main volume of the house welcomes the entrant.
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