The 'Courtyard House' by Hutchison and Maul is just as pleasing to the eye from the exterior as it does in the interior. The home consists of two different parts: one is a "concrete plinth" that has minimal interaction spaces. The second part of the home is a "hovering" wood volume that acts as a private living space for the owners.
The inside of the Courtyard House by Hutchison and Maul is somewhat like a labyrinth because one must climb stairs and cross bridges to get from point A to point B. The home is built in a modern-day style and it also gives a great view of the mountains.