Douglas House

Hovering over the shores of Lake Michigan, the Douglas House was built by for Jim and Jean Douglas. The house is gently placed on a steep slope over the water, almost as if it is floating amongst the trees. Due to its location, Meier layered four floors and anchored the house into the hill.  The entry is on the east side of the house facing the road, which Meier considers the “private” zone and is expanded by a roof-level bridge. Once inside the entry vestibule there is a continuation to a roof-deck, and the living room and kitchen are seen two stories below with the fire place in…...


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Building Activity

  • Georgi Sokolov
    Georgi Sokolov updated a digital reference and updated
    about 6 years ago via