Overlooking the lake where the owner lost his younger brother, the Mask House is a solemn space of contemplation. The entry is placed at the end of a long elevated walkway, with a slatted wall hiding the home's retangular form from the outside world. The interior is clad in light wood, except for the sleeping area, which is lined with a dark felt-like material, and the tile-finished bathroom. A wall-sized window provides views out to the lake; alternatively, the roof serves as a terrace, accessed via an external staircase.
Photos: Alexis Nicolas Basso / WOJR