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Scotts Landing

The house is composed as four ribbons of single pitched roofs, meeting in different configurations. This creates a subtle series gables and butterfly roof forms within one continuous shape. There is a diversity of character created by this simple but exactingly executed strategy.

The rooflines  are at a gentle rake that is familiarly rural. The dark skin outer skin of the building is supported on an expressed white timber frame. The house is arranged around a courtyard enjoying Northern sun and views to the South through the main living space.