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Clearhouse by Michael P Johnson & Stuart Parr Design

By • May 27, 2014 •  Selected Work 

Clearhouse, designed by Michael P Johnson in collaboration with Stuart Parr Design, is located in Shelter Island, New York, USA.

Built by Atlantic Collaborative, the home’s walls are mostly glass, which allow a wide and open view to a lake and its adjacent lush forest.

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Photos by: Bill Timmerman, courtesy of Stuart Parr Design

Note: 18 photos and article updated on May 27, 2014.

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2 Comments to Clearhouse by Michael P Johnson & Stuart Parr Design

  1. marko gamula says:

    it’s a goldfish bowl, in the fact that while the glass walls make it seem like the people are IN nature, the architect made sure the people can’t ACCESS nature: no balconies, (almost) no windows that open. Re. design: no overhang that could block the summer sun from baking everyone inside. Of course, curtains could, but then- no views.

  2. MMS says:

    I love this design. Absolutely love it. Nice work.

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