Travis Price Architects designs a home in the forest

The main place is a bedroom, kitchen, dining and living. Travis Price Architects designs a home in the forest
Posted by Erin on December 2nd, 2014

Travis Price Architects have designed the Hayes Residence, a home located in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia. Swaying trees and swirling winds scoop clouds of water to feed the split trees. Architect: Travis Price ArchitectsPhotography by Ken Wyner

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Comments are closed. Basics are met under ceilings that are vaulted in wood. The cloak of nature and soul are equally in harmony punctured by growth and rebirth all afloat. The home is a path through the West Va hills. A rock opens as a stairway and leaves paths to take in or out. The path splits and meanders to know where… to know where nothing is left but self and nature. The living trees were saved and become captured art as they puncture the home preserved for lovers of nature. The home is simple, a main area and a guest house connected and apart.

Updated: 03.12.2014 — 22:37