This House On A Hill In Arkansas Emerges From The Trees

Colorful trees surround this house on a hill in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Photography by Wesley Walls

 

Architect Wesley Walls of Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects has sent us photos of the Two Rivers Point Residence, which just happens to be his own personal home in Little Rock, Arkansas.

 

The multi-level home has used materials such as stone, steel and glass, with deliberate emphasis given to exterior views for color, and landscape for an accent.

Photography by Tim Hursley

The multi-level home has used materials such as stone, steel and glass, with deliberate emphasis given to exterior views for color, and landscape for an accent.


The multi-level home has used materials such as stone, steel and glass, with deliberate emphasis given to exterior views for color, and landscape for an accent.

Photography by Tim Hursley

This entrance area of the home is like a mini art gallery, but at the same time it provides the lower level of the home with a covered outdoor space.


The foyer of this home is like a mini art gallery, but at the same time it provides the lower level of the home with a covered outdoor space.

Photography by Tim Hursley

Upon entering the home, the gallery space provides access to the stairs and the main living area.


Custom shelving provides a separation between the front gallery-like entrance to the home, the stairs and the living room.

Photography by Tim Hursley

A wall of glass with access to the balcony allows for a picturesque view from the living and dining area, as well as the kitchen. In the living room, the couch is focused on the stone fireplace hearth. Sharing the space is also the dining room, positioned between the living room and the kitchen.


A wall of glass with access to the balcony allows for a picturesque view from the living and dining area of this home, as well as the kitchen. In the living room, the couch is focused on the stone fireplace hearth. Sharing the space is also the dining room, positioned between the living room and the kitchen.

Photography by Tim Hursley

In the kitchen a pop of green stands out and adds some color, while the kitchen island functions as both a serving counter for entertaining and as a casual dining space.


In this kitchen a pop of green stands out and adds some color, while the kitchen island functions as both a serving counter for entertaining and as a casual dining space.

Photography by Tim Hursley

The balcony extends the living space and during the day provides views of the ever changing trees depending on the season.


This balcony extends the living space of this home and during the day provides views of the ever changing trees depending on the season.

Photography by Tim Hursley

In the master bedroom, custom woodworking gives the space plenty of shelving, and the bed is positioned to take advantage of the views.


This master bedroom has custom woodworking with plenty of shelving, and the bed positioned to take advantage of the views.

Photography by Tim Hursley

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