Simple rectangular forms and fluidity between interior and exterior spaces characterize the Catskill Mountain House by Audrey Matlock. Prominent exterior features include white framework which extends past the home, tying the stepped exterior terrace to the glass-walled body of the house. A large cast concrete wall anchors the north side of the home and shelters the terrace, pool, and outdoor fireplace from a rocky slope on the opposite side. Within the home, uses transition from public spaces near the pool to increasingly private spaces at the other. Regardless of use, full height glazing allows for panoramic views of the Catskill Mountains from most rooms. The interior employs a mostly monochromatic palette of black, white, and gray. Heated and polished concrete floors underlie run the length of the home, complementing slate accent walls and ebony stained ash cabinetry.
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