The William O'Brien Junior House Binds Close-Knitted Families

 - Nov 13, 2011
References: wojr.org & archiscene.net
When families go on vacation it can be a bit tight, but the William O’Brien Junior House is the perfect design for close-knit families.

The 'Houses in Five Parts' project was created for two brothers and their families in the bustling city of New York. The house is dissected in such a way that both families can go on vacation together, and still have the house to themselves. Amidst the cold, snowy mountain tops, the transparent glass windows give occupants a breathtaking view of the area.

The rubber roofing systems and the agricultural land between the two houses makes the William O’Brien Junior House a must-have for families who want to have a peaceful vacation.