Maria Milans Studio l 纽约州Camp O住宅工作室
纽约建筑师Maria Milans del Bosch在纽约州卡茨基尔为自己设计了一套住宅和工作室，并充分考虑了自然环境。
New York architect Maria Milans del Bosch has designed a house and studio for herself in the Catskills with interventions that are mindful of the natural setting.
The home, which has a long and narrow footprint, is also nestled into a hillside to minimise the impact of construction on the surrounding forest. Its footprint is 24 feet (7 metres) by 58 feet (17.6 metres).Two different volumes form the dwelling and are topped with roofs that slant in opposite directions.
混凝土板和u型挡土墙形成低层，而住宅的上部覆盖着雪松。这种木头是用一种日本的叫做shou sugi ban的技术烧制的，这种技术通过燃烧木材来保护木材不受昆虫、水和火的伤害。
A concrete slab and a U-shaped retaining wall form the lower level, while the upper portion of the home is clad in cedar. The wood is charred using a Japanese technique called shou sugi ban that burns wood to protect it from damage caused by insects, water and fire.
A feature of the design is a double-height living room and kitchen that is flanked with large portions of glazing. It is placed at different levels to capture views to the mountains to the west and treetops to the east.The roof ridges are on the east and west walls in order to open up views to the valley and woods.
In the main living area, a fireplace scales the double-height room and has white built-ins on either side to store objects. Two long bookshelves are placed high up on the walls and accessed by a ladder.
Two grey couches and a wood dining table decorate the living area, which has glass door that provides access to an outdoor patio with a firepit. Two bedrooms and a bathroom are on the ground level.On the first floor is an office space for the architect that peers down into the living room and overlooks the expansive views outside.
设计公司：Maria Milans Studio
建筑师：MaríaMilans del Bosch COAM，Maria Milans Studio，LLC，
AOR：Jocelyn Froimovich RA，
结构工程：Luke Amey PE，LIA Engineering，LLC，
可持续顾问：Ignacio Medina和Isabel Silvestre，I + I Studio
图纸：©Maria Milans Studio，LLC＆Photography©Montse Zamorano