“The realized “land ship” has a totemic quality that makes it appear larger than its 1,500 square feet, thanks to its mooring atop the bluestone ledge. Roof extensions on the east and west ends of the two-story building make the cedar-clad structure seem all the more impressive by elongating its curved plan into a boomerang shape with wings that semi-enclose a porch and the master bedroom sundeck. “We tried to create a meandering quality,” Knowles says of the design. Briggs compares ambling around the house to exploring the nearby canyon.”
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