Sited on a hillside in Portland, the Glass Link House fuses modern minimalist with the rugged Pacific Northwest. The sleek family home highlights an open framework made from a simple, natural palette of wood, steel, stone, and glass. Divided into three wings, the interior is bridged by a glazed living area. Flanked by 48-feet of retractable transparent doors, the room is enveloped in views, with the forest on one side and the granite courtyard on the other. A pool, spa, and outdoor dining area separate the master from the active wing. Ideal for gathering, the public side features a workout room, cedar sauna, media room, custom wine room, and a whiskey room, hidden behind a secrete door disguised as a bookshelf.
Photos: Jeremy Bittermann / Scott Edwards Architecture