Guest House at Dutchess County Residence by Allied Works Architecture
by Mike / February 28, 2011
Via @ArchDaily, a guest house in rural New York state with "a continuous line of eight-inch steel, [that] moves through the site gathering in the forest. Constructed as a series of interlocking cantilevers, the structure edits and measures the forest, preparing the landscape for dwelling. Rooms are formed by panels of glass and wood that slip between, over, and through the frame as it meanders among the trees." More at Allied Works Architecture.

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