To help control daylighting and solar heat gain, roof overhangs respond to the home’s orientation, with 1- and 2-foot overhangs at north and east elevations, 2- and 4-foot at south elevations, and 4- and 6-foot for west elevations.

The kitchen is open to the living and dining area to foster interaction with family and guests and to enjoy the expansive view.

Ample daylighting via walls of windows mitigates most of the need for artificial light, according to architect Matt Pearson.

The built-in fire pit area helps mitigate soil erosion on the sloping site.

Wood trim of birch or Douglas fir reinforces the linear aesthetic in the master bedroom.

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