Designed by architecture firm Olson Kundig, the "Studhorse" home in Winthrop, Washington State is intended to emulate an outdoor campground. Comprised of four separate buildings, to maneuver from one space to another is akin to "getting into a sleeping bag—protected, warm, and dry,” says the architect. The home's most unique feature, though, is a glacial erratic which sits in the middle of the property and functions as a piece of furniture. The living room is enclosed in glass, but can be opened up during the warmer months to simulate outdoor living.
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