Located in Easton, Talbot Country in Maryland, the Tred Avon River House was designed by architect Robert M. Gurney to accomodate stunning views of the nearby namesake river. The house initially appears as a solid and austere build, but upon entering the space it opens up and unfolds into a 124-foot-long living space, light-filled and wrapped in glass with panoramic views of the river. Covered terraces provide an abundance of outdoor areas, with an additional screened porch overlooking the swimming pool. The interior is crisply finished and minimally furnished to ensure the surrounding views are the feature sensory experience, and the whole house is elevated above grade to protect against anticipated flooding.
- Source: Contemporist