The M-22 House Was Inspired by a Sense of Discovery

By: Sarah Dos Santos - Published: • References: mfarchitect & freshome
The M-22 House was designed by Michael Fitzhugh Architect and it was inspired by the sense of discovery of the rivers and mountains of West Grand Traverse Bay. The Bay is located in Northern Michigan in the United States and the home overlooks the incredible natural expanse around it.

The home has high ceilings and large windows, which illuminate it through the day, and moonlight offers a romantic and relaxing atmosphere in the evening. You can stay up late cuddling with your spouse as you let the surroundings captivate you. The large kitchen is great for family cook-offs and potluck dinners.

Gorgeous wooden furnishings on the ceilings, door and window posts and the floors highlight the M-22 House. This creative strategy makes the house look rustic and natural, just like the views around it. The modernity of the house is undeniable with the ultra modern furniture, the amazing architecture and highlight pieces like a fireplace that hangs down from the ceiling. Stats for Magical Forest Encapsulated Domiciles Trending: This Year & Average
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