- Location: Seattle, Washington
- Website: olsonkundigarchitects.com
Over the weekend I found myself daydreaming about wide open spaces and the ultimate country house. I guess being cooped up in the city in February will do that to you. What got me going was an article in the Times a few weeks ago about a house in Idaho that Tom Kundig designed for Jan Cox, an artist and designer. The images of this lone outpost with huge glass windows and warm wood interiors captured my imagination and sent me looking at all of Tom Kundig's other house designs. Wow. They are stunning...
>> Under a Boundless Sky, a House Apart - By Fred Bernstein @ NYTimes
Today, I just want to share a little archiporn with you: a group of Tom Kundig's houses. Like collecting baseball cards, I'm now collecting images of inspirational homes. This is my starting point.
[Above images: Stuart Isett for The New York Times, all other pics below and images 2,3,4,6 in top gallery from oskaarchitects.com]
This is called Delta Shelter
Notice that the huge steel walls slide closed over the windows!
This is called Chicken Point Cabin
This is called The Brain.
This is called Montecito Residence
These are Rolling Huts!
AND I've just now discovered a number of posts on our San Francisco site documenting a lot more: