- Anke Nunheim
The Wilkinson Residence by Oshatz Architects, located at the Pacific Northwest site, sits like a little nest among the trees. The exterior consist out of a series of horizontal layers of different wood and metal, while the walls are made of glass, to provide natural lighting on the interior and a beautiful view to the surrounding nature to watch the animals. The spacious and warm rooms with their organic curved walls and high ceiling overhead follow an open plan. The built in furnishings made out of natural materials bring a variety of colors and textures into the house. The Architects left no detail untouched and created an environmentally friendly surrounding. As the resident is a lover of music, the interior space acoustics were carefully controlled, allowing the house to resonate with the flow of music.
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