Sited on 75 acres in Columbia County, the House in Hudson Valley takes cues from the landscape and the local vernacular. The compound is comprised of three structures — the main house, a barn, and a guest house. Made from two intersecting volumes, the main house offers a large garage, guest bedrooms, and a playroom in a rectangular wood-sided unit while the shingle-clad, gabled form houses the main living area along with the family bedrooms. The units can be closed off from one another for an intimate feel or left open to create a sprawling rural retreat. While most of the house features a clean, white palette, the screened-in porch is lined in wood giving the room a rustic warmth. Floor-to-ceiling windows throughout welcome in views across the valley and also open the interior out to a stone terrace and infinity-edge pool.
Photos: Michael Biondo / Rangr Studio