Link Farm House

Although it's situated on 220 acres in upstate New York, the Link Farm House doesn't resemble the gabled agrarian buildings we're used to seeing. The home is more of a contemporary contrast to its rural setting with an exterior formed by two perpendicular volumes. Clad in locally-sourced stone, the lower level houses the private areas within its opaque facade while its roof has been covered in plants, acting as a garden terrace for the main living area on the second story. Above, a glazed rectangle containing the public spaces rests on the ground floor and a hillside. The transparent walls blur the boundaries between the interior and the outdoors, allowing for unobstructed views of the landscape.

Photos: Tom Sibley / Slade Architecture

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