Architect Nancy Copley doesn’t think being in harmony with the site of a construction is just a concept. She believes in that concept at the point of shaping her own home to really fit the site.
Not only she integrated her home in the surrounding nature and used the site’s specifics, but she made the nature part of her house. Nancy Copley’s house is the perfect harmony in the key of nature.
The low dome has two entries one of which is a cantilever door. The main entrance to the house is located at the end of a stone-steps alley, with water all around and even if you’ve entered the house, the natural dimension and the feeling of the interior garden can easily mislead you into believing you’ve entered the magic pond house.
The suspended staircase, the great room, everything is natural, everything is wood, everything is simple and integrated in the nearby surroundings. Nancy Copley’s home may not be the most impressive architectural construction, but it surely is an eco harmonious and environment protective project.