Best Tom Kundig House Yet
Tropolism Favorite Tom Kundig is back again, this time with a profile of a really beautiful house in Idaho. This guy is clearly master of the snow picture. We like the house because it has that raw steel and plywood look, but doesn't devolve into Dwell Magazine uncomfortableness. Instead, the house stays warm and inviting, and all about the landscape. It also has incredibly well detailed windows. The way the exterior is sliced to make views happen, and the resultant levitating masonry wall, is something Allied Works could have used on their timid 2 Columbus Circle.
We also love that the architect edited out some of the heavy machinery indulgences of his previous projects: overdone hinges, concrete tables on wheels, that sort of thing. We think this is his best work yet.
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