This 1,520 s.f building was designed by Andrew Berman Architect as a library and studio for a writer. It is located at the threshold between a open field with an orchard, and a densely wooded area. The building geometry and circulation map the transition between these two landscapes. The study is situated at the elevation of the tree canopies. The volume is daylit from above. The exterior is sheathed in copper, and left to weather. With the studio floor situated at the elevation of the tree canopies, a floor to ceiling picture window provides the inhabitant with panoramic views of the wooded area beyond. – Via – Notcot
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