This was a student project by Adam Stegman for Jason Kentner's LARCH 321 course, Autumn 2006.
"With a system of retaining walls, I was able to manipulate the ground plane to position the house where all parties could clearly possess an oceanic view as well as contrast the art forms of organic landform versus architectural structure. The rectilinear walls resemble fragments of the original frame of the Bermuda Residence unveiling a transparent array of glass windows. The walls also accentuate a system of uneven ground planes throughout the entrance garden to distinguish the public_accessly shared spaces with the private, remote experiences. Through progression of form, a visitor enters the site driving up to the parking garage. Transfixed upon the garden, the series of uneven planes allows for free, open space transitioning into secluded, private space."
-- Adam Stegman
This work is a part of the online collections of the Knowlton School of Architecture Student Archives, The Ohio State University. It is part of an effort to make accessible student work ranging from the first student that graduated from the program in 1903 to the present.