Designed to connect to the rugged landscape that surrounds it, the RF Residence by JSA Architects is a single-family home made of three independent volumes.
Inspired by artist Donald Judd, the structures appear to float on the rolling terrain, resembling pre-existing natural objects. Each monolith is defined by its domestic function. However, they’re flexible spaces that can also adapt to the needs of the family over time.
Pathways connect the the individual structures. Once inside, rich wood accents warm the cave-like interior, and large voids in the frame cement frame stunning views. An expansive patio allows residents to soak in the views while dining alfresco.