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Westchester County House

Backed up against a rolling county park, a level backyard was changed to reflect the swale aligned with the contour of the park.  Continuing through the core of the house, a 12'-0" wide swath was cut to symbolically continue the swale from the front to the rear of the house.

The tower element cuts through this terrain providing the open loft in the living room and entry.  In this open vertical space, a breakfast bridge spans the open valley.

At the side of the house, the exterior is brought inside thanks to a glass encased sculptural fireplace element made of natural local stone.


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