From the architects:
House Tsai is a countryhouse designed for two young art collectors. The design reflects their request for a simple abstract looking piece,sitting almost without scale on top of the site, which is located two hours upstate from New York City.
The four equal sized boxes are built as simple wood construction covered with metal panels on the outside and wood and gypsum panels on the inside. The floor plan is based on the needs of a traditional countryhouse. Only partially the organization of the rooms is a direct consequence of the rigid outer form.
The Living Room focuses on the different light conditions needed for an existing and future art collection, while the great view into the nearby countryside is present without being dominant. The sequence of the different rooms reflects the idea of a private gallery. Natural light is coming into the spaces through the openings in between the outer boxes.
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