Johnson Arkansas | 2013-Present
This house is located on a 20 acre site, the majority of which is in a floodplain, forcing its siting to be precariously close to an existing road and generic suburban subdivision. Despite the limitations of the site, the existing natural landscape is a mysterious and beautiful enclave of four diverse landscape types. In turn, the architecture was conceived as four main rooms, each with a distinct character and view of the four environments. Between rooms, spaces are split apart to create interstitial spaces that reveal unique connections between landscapes.