The American architecture studio Schaum/Shieh has integrated a Virginia house with irregularly shaped volumes into the contours of a steep plot. The one-story house unfolds in a 36-meter-long horizontal line that runs parallel to the topography, with its front raised to meet wooden terraces and parts of the rear resting on the slope. Gaps between each module create space for gardens, outdoor nooks and wooden terraces along the length of the house, while a parking area has been carved into the hillside at the rear.
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