Oslon Kundig Architects were able to give this striking newly built residence a truly classic industrial feel.
Located on the wooded shore of Lake Idaho, this modernized home appears at first glance to be an ultra-modern reconversion of an industrial building, maybe a factory, or a.
The residence is open and spacious, topped by a charming tile roof, seemingly floating a few feet above the concrete brick walls. An unusual architectural idea set the tone for this highly original home, the walls act as a huge window lifted on a giant roller to open the side of the house towards the lake.
Industrial details throughout with massing and patina accents, a huge fireplace stove with visible seams and welded edges, impressive double-height steel doors, floor beams of the same material, a large antique lantern in frame. All warmed by plywood trim, colorful modern soft furnishings and breathtaking views of the blue pond and distant mountains.
The lake house by Oslon Kundig Architects.