Michigan Lake House Clad in Blackened Wood

Desai Chia Architecture in collaboration with Environment Architects has designed Michigan Lake House. The house clad in blackened wood consists of three structures and has a total floor area of 4800ft² (446m²).

Perched on a woodland bluff overlooking Lake Michigan, this home, designed in collaboration with Environment Architects (AOR) of Traverse City, MI, is an assemblage of three offset structures that play off each other— the ‘gathering’ structure contains the living room, kitchen and a covered ‘vista’ seating terrace; the two ‘sleeping’ structures house the master bedroom suite and three children’s bedrooms. A dining area breezeway connects all three structures.

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Photographs by Paul Warchol
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