QUADRANGLE HOUSE (2000)
• House for a young family situated on a private south facing sloping site, overlooking a large body of inland water
• Both the 7000 s.f. House and the Land are quadra-sected by a north-south exterior “site-circulation spine”
(marking the slope of the land to Long Pond) and an east-west interior “house-circulation spine”
(the ³Galleries at each floor).
• Crossing at the Entry to the house, the two circulation spines produce four “quads” (Entry Hill, Great Lawn,
Sled Hill, and Pool Lawn) each with a different topographical character and relationship to the house.
• Eleven exterior “architectural spaces (porches, terraces, decks, etc.) appended to specific interior spaces
at 3 levels address the four “landscapes” in a variety of domestic moments defined by privacy, sociality, adolescent play,
and scenographic contemplation.
• Red and White Cedar