A Concrete River House By Suyama Peterson Deguchi


Japanese architecture practice Suyama Peterson Deguchi created the ‘River House‘, a concrete home located in a slopy area of the Northern Rocky Mountains, USA. To incorporate the two-story structure into its mountainous surroundings, the house was built along the river. On the concept behind it, the architects say: “Here, the division between inside and outside first becomes blurred. This sense of uncertainty extends through the airlock entry to the interior of the main space. The synergy of the landscape architecture, art and furnishings contribute to the serene sense of place.”

All images © Aaron Leitz

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