The Falcon Ledge House provides a model for an innovative building sequencing that allowed a home to be built on a property long written off as a possible home site. The first act required the construction of a platform adjacent to the street from which the home construction could be staged. This later became the garage and bridge to connect to a tall, taught home, organized upside down, with the main living spaces on the top floor, and the private spaces below. The form of the building was in many ways determined by the logic of its construction and sequencing, and the result is an unexpected tower rising above the tree canopy.

Interior Design: Alterstudio

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