Olson Kundig architects created the Trout Lake House, a modern and luxurious home that closely resembles and pulls inspiration from local farm buildings in the area. Located on the banks of the White Salmon River, the house is comprised of four structures, with a large detached studio, main house, workshop and a carport.
All of the timber used for the exterior and structure is locally sourced, with a metal roof that has been rusted and weathered for an agricultural appearance. The interior features minimal plywood palettes, concrete and steel accents to provide a unique modern style. The large bi-fold doors in the center of the Trout Lake House open completely to the outside, connecting the landscaping and lake views to the inside.
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