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Architecture March, 12 2014

Bridge House by Joeb Moore & Partners

American firm Joeb Moore & Partners have designed Bridge House around its ever-changing landscape in Kent, Connecticut. Situated along a ridge that runs parallel to the Housatonic River and Kent Falls State Park, the area sits on hard and soft bedrock layers that change with time. It gets its name from a series of wood bridges that the house sits on, giving the sense that it is floating above the landscape. Floor-to-ceiling glass panels allow for expansive views over the surrounding region, which changes from lush greenery to a snow-covered hillside depending on the season.

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