A steel-and-glass compound is one family’s launchpad for adventure. the four structures that form studhorse in northern washington encourage family members and guests to interact with the landscape—and form lasting memories with each other.
recalling the tradition of wagons around a campfire, an image quintessential to the wild west, studhorse by @olsonkundig is a series of four buildings encircling a courtyard and pool in the rugged terrain of washington’s methow valley. designed as a second home for an active family, studhorse encourages a sense of exploration and a personal connection to the land. “adventure is about inconvenience in that it reaffirms and reminds you of where you live.” says principal architect tom kundig. to see more, click the link in bio.
photo by benjamin benschneider
3 days ago
@morganboydi has a lot of great unique combos! there are millions of different skills and combinations🤔🤔 get out and explore ‼️ #realtalk 😉😉 #grt