Located in Portland, Oregon, this residence designed by architect Robert Harvey Oshatz in 2004 blends with the landscape. With its round shapes and natural materials like wood and stone, it fits perfectly with the wooded site and offers a magnificent view of the lake.
The main level of construction was brought down to the level of the treetops to evoke the feeling of being in a hut perched in the trees.
The house is in permanent connection with the outside. Its design plays with the curves, a natural wood ceiling that floats on laminated wood beams, a glass wall that wraps around the living room and a central staircase also wraps around a structure of Pierre.
Organic and nature-oriented, this beautiful home is a fine example of integrating architecture into nature.