Rooms with a View

With its simple lines and monochromatic colors, Knoll House is a study in architectural understatement. That’s because every element was chosen specifically for its ability to marry the home’s sylvan surroundings with the design itself.

Even before the owners had the home built for their family of four, they spent several years camping on the land, selectively editing and revealing the natural features of their property under the guidance of Wagner Hodgson Landscape Architects.

“When we began to discuss the architecture, our clients already had a deep understanding of the site,” said architect Elizabeth Herrmann, AIA, of Elizabeth Herrmann Architecture + Design. “The knowledge and intimacy they had with the property guided much of the house design.”

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