Asheville Residence / Ross Smith

Before the cladding went onto architect Ross Smith’s Asheville, North Carolina, home, it looked, he says, like a big green wedge dropped from outer space. The geometric structure needed the white pine boards on the exterior to soften the sharp angles. It also needed some round shapes, some circles and curves, to strike the right note. Hence the playful circular windows that bookend the dining nook and the entryway — via Curbed

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